Artesian Nominated for Technology Partner of the Year at the 2021 British Bank Awards

Artesian is delighted to have been nominated to take part in the British Bank Awards 2021 in the Technology Partner of the Year category.

The British Banks Awards help to put customers at the heart of the financial services industry by asking them to share their customer experiences and vote for the best products, hottest innovation, and most trusted financial brands and partners

We’re very proud that Artesian has been considered among the brightest and best in the industry.

It means a lot to us as we continue to push for excellence and serve our banking customers with distinction.

We’d love to make it to the finalist stage and go on to be a winner, but we need your help to make this happen.

The voting process is very quick and easy, and as a thank you for voting, the British Bank Awards will enter you into a £1,000 cash prize draw!

You can vote for us by visiting: – just enter “Artesian Solutions” in the Technology Partner of the Year category.

Voting ends on 19th April 2021 with winners revealed on 13th May.

“We’re excited to be involved in this fantastic event. Placing customers at the heart of the banking operation is the driving force behind our business. The last 12 months has never been busier for us; we launched several new features including COVID-19 Daily Briefings, COVID-19 Watchlist Filters, lockdown webinars and premium data extensions such as CCJ & legal notices, Director histories, mortgages and charges data and continue to transform front-line effectiveness with the launch of Artesian Connect in January.” Andrew Yates, CEO

About the British Bank Awards

Now in their 7th year, the British Bank Awards are run by Smart Money People, the UK’s review and insight platform for financial services.

Its mission is to increase trust and transparency in financial services. The British Bank Awards help deliver on that mission by uncovering the best financial services firms.

Winners of each award category are decided entirely through independent voting.