4+3=7 IBM Data & AI Champions
Triton Consulting, Experts in Hybrid Data Management and Digital Transformation are today celebrating the confirmation that for the first time SEVEN team members have been awarded IBM Champion status for 2021.
Damir Wilder, James Cockayne, and Gareth Copplestone-Jones now join renewed Data and AI champions Mark Gillis, James Gill, Iqbal Goralwalla and Julian Stuhler.
IBM Champions are rewarded for their innovative thought leadership, extraordinary expertise and contributions to the IBM technical community.
In response to his achievement Gareth Copplestone-Jones, Principal Consultant says “I’m delighted to be recognised as an IBM Champion for the first time in 2021. It gives me even more motivation to continue contributing to the DB2 community throughout the year. It’s remarkable that Triton Consulting now have a total of seven IBM Data & AI Champions – an incredible achievement that highlights the quality of our on-going relationship with the DB2 community.”
“I am unbelievably proud that every member of the midrange team has been awarded the prestigious IBM Champion badge this year. We are all passionate about what we do and I feel this is reflected in our technical blogs and presentations, so it’s great to be rewarded by IBM in this way. We are all looking forward to producing more leading technical content on a subject we all love, data! Iqbal Goralwalla, Head of Distributed Data Management.
Damir Wilder, Senior Consultant, Team Midrange responds “I’m delighted my past work has been recognised and that I was able to join my colleagues in the prestigious IBM Champions club. This is a perfect motivation to keep sharing DB2 knowledge and insights with the community!”
Triton would like to congratulate all the 2021 IBM Champions. You can meet IBM’s 2021 class of innovative thought leaders here. Want to see yourself on the list? For further details, or to nominate yourself, or others visit IBM Champions.
Click on the images below to view a selection of content produced by Triton’s champions during 2020.
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