Five companies across industry sectors were recognised for driving innovation, organisational transformation and bottom-line impact by leveraging PROACTIS Spend Control technologies and services
The award winners are:
- Four Seasons Health Care – the UK’s leading independent health and social care provider – was honoured for innovation in the application of PROACTIS AP Automation technologies/services and achieving significant return on investment: an impressive 65% increase in productivity, and 41% reduction in costs
- National Trust – the conservation organisation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – was honoured for excellence in Procurement and the transformation it has achieved in the application of strategic supplier management and collaboration technologies to optimise sourcing strategies and minimise procurement risks
- Denbighshire County Council – the governing body for the principal area of Denbighshire, one of the administrative subdivisions of Wales – was recognised for the specific contribution Finance has achieved in the application of Purchase-to-Pay and Invoicing technologies and achieving rapid time-to-value
- Wolverhampton County Council received a special, highly commended award in the Excellence in Finance category by evidencing quantifiable savings and process improvements, as well as delivering value to the broader organisation
- Mears Group – who maintain, repair and upgrade homes for social housing clients – was honoured for adoption of best practices and demonstrating return on investment. In particular, Mears Group was recognised for delivering long-term, sustainable savings and strategic value to their organisation through the application of AP Automation technologies/services
"PROACTIS’ customers are innovative, forward-thinking organisations, leading the field in best practice," said Simon Dadswell, Global Marketing Director, PROACTIS. "These accolades are recognition of our customers achievements in using the latest technologies to successfully manage spend and deliver long-term, sustainable savings to their organisations."