Last week we were nominated as a small supplier of the year in the UK IT Industry Awards. The nomination was greeted with excitement in the office, simply because we’d made the final of the prestigious annual awards but also as we’re amongst such good company. We know the quality of entries is always extremely high so we’re delighted and very proud to be shortlisted.
Responding to the nomination earlier in the week I noted that the past 12 months have been significant for us. Our small but enterprising team has shown a zeal for excellence and a total commitment to our customers. The team has developed our field service management software beyond all recognition, launching our new mobile app, intelligent two-way texting and Restful API web services to name but a few.
By working with customers day-in day-out we’ve all been able to see firsthand how our software is fundamental to success, providing a critical service management business tool proven to improve customer service, increase competitiveness and enhance operational effectiveness.
But what’s really encouraging about the nomination is that it comes at a good time, when our software has been proven to support award winning businesses and we’re reaching out in news ways, by sharing our expertise through the launch of our Knowledge Base for example.
Having concentrated our minds on essential software and business development for some time, all across the business it now feels like we’re in a focused phase of looking up, connecting with communities around us and telling people what we feel makes us special. When you do that it’s nice to be acknowledged, no doubt.
So I’m delighted with the nomination. The whole team is extremely proud. It’s a huge well done for all involved.
Lucien is the driving force behind the high-level strategic direction of Oneserve, setting the tone for our business which centres on ambition and enterprise. He drives our business development efforts from the front with energy and enthusiasm, and is committed to innovation and ideas. When not at work, Lucien runs with his tireless Dalmatian or spends time with his expanding, young family.