WORCESTER Bosch has won three gold and one bronze awards at the Digital Impact Awards, the UK’s largest celebration of digital work in corporate communications.

The UK’s biggest boiler manufacturer picked up gold awards for the ‘Best use of data’, the ‘Best use of digital from the engineering and manufacturing sector’ and the ‘Best use of digital from the energy and utilities sector’.

The MyWorcester app, which provides a series of tools to help installers manage their business, was particularly commended in the digital engineering/manufacturing category.

The judges commented that the technology is “a fantastic use of an app that is a no-brainer for installers to download.”

Worcester Bosch’s web platform and content management system were both praised in the ‘Best use of data’ and ‘Best use of digital from the energy and utilities sector’ category wins, with the judges commenting “taking boiler installations online must have been a tough challenge, and we’re impressed by how they handled it.”

The winners of the awards, judged by a panel of expert industry professionals, were announced at a ceremony on 22 October 2019 at The Brewery in London.

Vic Billings, Director of Marketing at Worcester Bosch, said: “This is an absolutely fantastic achievement by everyone involved in our web platform and shows that our work is setting the industry-wide benchmark in digital engagement.

"The award wins highlight our ongoing commitment to ensuring our digital platforms are as user friendly for installers as possible, helping them to improve their business and making their lives easier every day.”

The Digital Impact Awards celebrate digital work in corporate communications across the country.

Held at London’s iconic Brewery, the event welcomed guests from a variety of companies and agencies, all vying for the coveted prizes.

Comedian Mark Watson was on-hand to present the evening’s proceedings while a variety of guest presenters announced the winners of 38 categories, ranging from Best Corporate Website, to Best Corporate Viral Campaign.