ComputerWorld goes from strength to strength as it's shortlisted for multiple awards

In addition to being named as one of the '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain' in the London Stock Exchange's 2016 annual report earlier this year, ComputerWorld has been placed on the short-list for three further awards. 

ComputerWorld are excited to have been short-listed for the VMware 'Specialist Partner of the year' award. This is for their work and knowledge within Desktop Transformation. This is a highly respected award within the industry and ComputerWorld are honoured to be recognised for their hard work and to be seen as a key player within this area. 



ComputerWorld have also been short-listed for the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards 2016 for the 'Best Online Marketing Innovation/website' award for the work that has gone into the Define Tomorrow website, webinars and live events. Finally, alongside Vivid (ComputerWorld's content marketing partner) ComputerWorld have lastly been short-listed for the 'Marketing Campaign of the year' award in the Bristol Post Business Awards 2016 again for the work that has been undertaken for the Define Tomorrow website. 



Following on from last years rebrand and the recent success, ComputerWorld have unveiled their new website. The new site has been designed to suite the modern approach to business IT that ComputerWorld hold and now has a simplified, responsive design organised around the companies six key pillars; Virtualisation and Cloud, Desktop Transformation, Microsoft Technologies, Networking, Security and Training. The new site is interactive and packed full of videos, whitepapers, case studies and quick guides. Take a look at the new site at 

To see our full press release, click here.

ComputerWorld named one of the 1000 most inspiring companies in Britain

ComputerWorld has been recognised in the London Stock Exchange's prestigious '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain' report, being among just 14 companies to inspire in Bristol. The report is a celebration of the UK's fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses.  

In order to be included in the list, companies have to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, and significantly outperform their industry peers. 

Barry Coombs, ComputerWorld's Operations Director, said: "all of us at ComputerWorld are extremely proud to have been selected as one of London Stock Exchange's 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain and to be one of only 14 Bristol based companies is the icing on the cake. This is recognition of the company's hard work in the business IT sphere over the last three years, and also how ComputerWorld has outperformed its many competitors in that time."