Edenred’s Stuart Hart makes list of UK’s top CIOs

uploaded on 6 October 2023

An influential annual award scheme for the UK’s best technology leaders has recognised Edenred’s Stuart Hart as one of the top 100 CIOs in the country.

The CIO 100 awards acknowledge the best work each year in digital transformation. In the past year, Stuart and his team led the development of a new employee benefits platform for public sector clients, a revamp of the Employee Savings app and the automation initiatives aimed at optimising client and end-user experience.

“What this award really celebrates is the way Edenred’s tech team has collaborated with product, marketing and client teams in the business to ensure our products are focused on the needs of the customer, a great user experience and value to the business.

"Our work in building the new employee engagement platform for the public sector was key to us winning a place on all six lots on the Crown Commercial Service supplier framework this year.

"The changes we made to Employee Savings app translated into great ratings on TrustPilot and the App Store.

"The work we have done around automation has made life easier for our clients who rely on us to efficiently deal with large amounts of data every day.

"Getting recognition for this work in such an influential awards scheme is testament to how the team at Edenred are at the top of their game when it comes to harnessing technology for positive business impact.”

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