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Vizor Software, the world leader in enterprise software for financial regulators and cross-border information exchange for tax authorities, was recognised as a ‘Best Managed Company’ at an awards ceremony at the Dublin Convention Centre on March 15, 2018.
The Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards Programme, in association with Bank of Ireland, Irish Management Institute and the Sunday Business Post, recognises indigenous Irish companies across Ireland that are operating at the highest levels of business performance. Hosted by Gina London, this year marked the 10th anniversary of the Awards in Ireland.
On winning for the second consecutive year, Vizor CFO, Andrew Callanan, commented, “We would like to thank the judging panel for recognising Vizor again this year. Vizor is grateful for the acknowledgement of our business process and management team development that is supporting the continued growth of our business.”
Andrew Graham, Director, Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking said: “The Best Managed programme puts the spotlight on well-managed companies that are generating strong returns, as well as growing their businesses through investment in technology, a customer-centric approach and commitment to developing leaders of the future. The process and frameworks used by these businesses continue to serve them well in adapting to and succeeding in the dynamic and ever-evolving global markets in which they now compete. We have been really impressed by not only the breadth of businesses but also their ambition, drive and determination. I have no doubt that they will continue to set the benchmark for excellence in the years to come and we wish them continued success.”
It is the latest in a succession of awards for Vizor Software this year, who were most recently recognised as the ‘Technology Consultant of the Year’ at the Central Banking awards in London on March 1, 2018.