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BAE Systems in Econsultancy’s Top 10 Digital Agencies

Posted 30 October 2018 · Add Comment

BAE Systems has today announced that it has retained its leading position in Econsultancy’s Top 100 Digital Agencies - the definitive list of the UK’s most successful digital marketing, design and build, technical and creative agencies - for the tenth year running, ranking eighth.


 
The ranking system, based on revenue, reflects the security organisation’s thriving design and build business unit and its expertise in understanding and implementing complex engineering projects.
 
Alongside the number eight position in the Top 100 rankings, BAE Systems’ expertise in user research, user experience design, visual design and full stack development has also earnt it the #2 ranking for best Design & Build agency in the UK.
 
As experts in secure digital transformation, cyber defence and data, BAE Systems focuses on ensuring the security and robustness of digital infrastructure, while at the same time providing a frictionless user experience.
 
Kevin Yuen, Head of Creative and User Experience at BAE Systems said: “We are seeing the market for digital agencies evolve as clients increasingly want agencies that can create a great user experience, and deliver a robust, highly secure solution. Working hand in hand with our clients, we address critical design and complex build challenges by creating human-centred solutions that are based on a combination of engaging creative, robust tech and smart data enablement. I believe it’s this approach, alongside our team who are dedicated to customer service, that has seen us rank so highly in the eConsultancy rankings for so many years.”
 
Defined by complexity, integration and intelligence, the user experience team helps organisations like Vodafone, Sony and Transport for London, optimise their business through their digital channels and to become more human centric during this transformation.

 

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