Sopra Steria’s Vern Davis and Mohammed Ahmed finalists in the British Ex-Forces in Business Awards.

Sopra Steria is delighted to announce that two colleagues have been named finalists in the British Ex-Forces in Business Awards. The awards celebrates the outstanding business achievements of service leavers demonstrating transferable skills gained in the military. This year, the awards attracted over 400 nominations across 18 categories.

Vern Davis, Managing Director of the Aerospace, Defence and Security sector is a finalist in the Business Leader of the Year category. Vern started his career in 1990 as an Army Officer in the British Army. This role took him on operational tours across Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Iraq while building his skillset in operational communications, SATCOM, systems training, operational planning, real estate management and budget control. Today, Vern helps organisations in their digital transformation journey, driven by delivering exceptional customer service. His wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise ensures Sopra Steria’s customers receive bespoke services that fit their needs as well as the best return on investment.

Mohammed Ahmed recently retired from the Royal Air Force as a Wing Commander. During his military career he specialised as an  Aero Systems and Communications Electronics engineer and, for Operational tours during Gulf War 2, he was awarded the MBE by Her Majesty the Queen. In August 2018 he joined Sopra Steria as Head of the Acquisition Support Partner for MOD Corsham. In his new role, Mohammed has run a multi-million pound profitable programme and a team of over 60 staff for Sopra Steria.  Within weeks he achieved the highest level of customer satisfaction and a perfect 100% NPS score. Mohammed is a finalist for the Service Leaver of the Year award.

Sopra Steria is committed to supporting the Armed Forces community and demonstrates that through our covenant pledge. We are delighted to also be sponsoring these awards and the category of Innovator of the Year.

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