The awards will be presented during the gala awards evening at the Staffordshire County Showground on Thursday 6th July 2017.  Capula has been shortlisted for the Digital Award category and the submission features Capula’s Operational Intelligence capabilities and the recently launched ‘OPUS’ Building Performance Management solution.

‘We are delighted to have been shortlisted for the award. Our team worked hard to develop OPUS which offers real value to businesses. It provides insight across all of a business’ assets, from lighting and ventilation right through to a complete production line, from a PC, tablet or in fact any other mobile device,’ Mark Hardy, Managing Director commented. ‘OPUS demonstrates the possibilities of a connected industrial enterprise using the latest Industrial Internet of Things technologies (IIoT) and was launched at an industry event earlier this year where it was very well received. We are looking forward to the ceremony, where we hope to be successful.’

Staffordshire Chambers Chief Executive, Sara Williams, said: ‘After launching the awards two years ago, it is great to see how the entries have developed and by far exceeded previous year’s in terms of quality. We see this as a testimony to the healthy state and award-winning potential of businesses within Staffordshire.’