Judith has been involved with Ntegra in an advisory and non-executive capacity for a number of years and has been instrumental in shaping Ntegra into the organisation that it is today. It is amazing to see her contribution to the digital economy throughout her career being recognised in this way.
When discussing the announcement, Judith commented:
“I’m incredibly honoured and humbled to have been given this accolade and to be included alongside so many illustrious people on the 2021 list. I have been immensely fortunate to enjoy a long career, initially working in large IT services companies for many years. More recently, I have taken that experience and expertise and have used it to support smaller, start-up businesses across the digital sector – a challenge that I find educational, exciting and immensely rewarding.
Seeing small companies grow and flourish in such a fast-paced sector is a passion of mine, and I’m so grateful to be able to share some of the knowledge I’ve accumulated during my 40 year career to help businesses such as Ntegra succeed. I’ve been lucky to meet some very bright, talented people during my career and bringing some of these connections together in order to help businesses achieve their goals is something that I love doing and hope to continue to do in the future.”
Andy Langley, CEO of Ntegra added:
“Judith has been a valued advisor to Ntegra for over 5 years. Able to balance great knowledge of new technology, business strategy, need and how to run and scale a service based company. Her guidance is always welcome and very valuable. Its great to see that this has been recognised at the highest level. Very well done.”
All of us at Ntegra would like to pass on our congratulations to Judith.