The winning application was the successful project which saw the team redesigning the business rates data service used by North Lanarkshire Council to undertake non-domestic rates fee collection.
As part of the project, sponsored by the Open Data Institute, the team has also produced a toolkit designed specifically to be of use to organisations looking to design data-led services but who recognise this is a complex process - where they must meet their legal requirements to safeguard personal or identifiable data, deal with source systems that make it difficult to extract, and prepare the data for publication.
The other companies nominated in the category were Meterology, the energy meter monitoring solution firm, and instant supplier payment decision company, Previse.
The event, held in Glasgow on 26th April 2018 and now in its eighth year, was an opportunity to showcase the very best of technical brilliance within the Scottish digital community.
The 12 awards given out recognised and rewarded outstanding firms from fields ranging from social care to geology, all of which exemplify innovation, expertise, commercial success and ambition.