RDT News

RDT shortlisted for two high profile awards – the BIA and the KEiBA


The British Insurance Awards and the Kent Excellence in Business Awards

RDT is very proud to announce that its Insurer-Hosted Rating Hub has been shortlisted for a Technology Award at this year’s British Insurance Awards. These are the UK’s most prestigious and influential insurance awards, considered a showcase for the industry’s highest level of innovation and performance. The awards will be presented at the Royal Albert Hall in London on July 8.

We are also delighted to have made it to the final three in the Technology Business category in the Kent Excellence in Business Awards. These awards attract a lot of entries from a large variety of businesses, and judges place a high value on the quality of an organisation and the strength of its management team. The winners will be announced at a gala dinner on June 25 at the Kent Event Centre in Detling, Kent.

RDT wishes all entrants for both sets of awards the very best of luck.

Investing in local tech talent



Congratulations RDT apprentices

As part of RDT’s commitment to supporting young local tech talent and to support our strategy of growing organically we are really pleased to be able to congratulate Anthony Wilson and Jack Greenhalgh on passing their final exams.

Anthony and Jack joined RDT in May last year and embarked on an apprenticeship programme supported by QA. The course is a combination of on the job learning and classroom based teaching, both scored highly in their exams and completed the course well ahead of the expected completion date. They are now working on personal and technical objectives around being completely integrated within the RDT team structure for their second year with the company.


Steve Knight calls time on 50-year career


Industry veteran says farewell to RDT and moves into semi-retirement as a consultant

Steve Knight has retired as client services director at RDT, the insurance systems specialist, closing out a career that spans nearly 50 years in insurance technology and software development.

A well-known figure in the insurance industry, Steve began his career in 1966, writing programs in Assembler on an IBM mainframe. From the 1960s up to the present day, he has filled a wide range of senior roles across the industry and his career has traced all the major developments in insurance technology. (more…)

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