4Sight Group, a Malta-based multidisciplinary IT and digital firm, won all three categories in which it had been nominated at the recent Malta Digital Communications Awards 2021.
The accolades recognise the Group’s bespoke solutions that support companies to successfully overcome the challenges of digital transformation. The Malta Digital Awards, presented by Dynamic Events Malta in collaboration with the Malta Business Review, recognises the excellence of creative professionals responsible for the planning, conceptualisation, direction, design and production of digital communication projects and campaigns.
The awards presented to 4Sight Group were Malta’s Best Product Messenger and Influencer of the Year, Malta’s Best Data-Driven and Automated Communications of the Year, and Malta’s Best Multichannel Communication & Digital Content Marketing of the Year.
“Many companies were not prepared for, nor did they have the experience in, a swift digital transformation that was forced on many by the pandemic. The team at 4Sight Group took the time to understand the needs and processes of our clients and used our fully-fledged tools to support them in these challenging times,” explains Maurizio Mamo, CEO of 4Sight Group, affirming that it is thanks to this dedicated approach that the team is now being recognised.
The board of judges of the Malta Digital Communications Awards 2021 consisted of Owen Bonello (Marketing and Events Manager at Edwards Lowell), Simon Attard (Founder & Director of MYC) and Edward Borg Grech (Founder and CEO of Bluefort). The judges made their decision after they had vetted all the entries based on their strategic approach; innovativeness; consistency and appropriateness of tactics, tools and channels; and results and effectiveness.
4Sight Group has received three prizes in recognition of the group's excellence in digital communication projects and campaigns
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