Independent IT consultancy business ‘Mason Advisory’ have been named on the Financial Times list of the UK’s Leading Management Consultants 2019.
The firm, which are located in MediaCity, were awarded the bronze rating for digital transformation and IT strategy.
Steve Watmough, Mason Advisory CEO, was delighted at the recognition but insists that there is more to come from the company.
“It’s a real privilege and an honour for us to be included in this report as it’s compiled based on recommendations from industry peers and clients.
“It’s such a comprehensive list and our whole team is delighted to be recognised for our work in digital transformation and IT strategy. We know there are many consultancies in the UK providing specialist expertise so to be included on the list, alongside such well-respected industry players, really raises our profile and will hopefully propel us towards the next stage of our international growth.
“Now is an exciting time for the British consultancy sector and for businesses in the North West region and we’ve got exciting expansion plans for 2019 and beyond.
“To be featured in the FT report is testament to the outstanding work we have delivered and the high calibre of consultants in our team, who are really driving our business forward and producing quality results and solutions for our clients in the UK and around the world. We’ll continue to deliver innovative and transformational IT projects across the UK and abroad so this accolade will certainly enhance our reputation.”
This isn’t the first time that the Salford based company have received national interest. Last year, Mason Advisory were awarded with the Queens Award for international trade by the Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester.
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