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NZ shines during Greentree partner awards

NZ shines during Greentree partner awards

“This has been a very successful year for us and we are thrilled to be able to recognise the role our partners and consultants have played in achieving customer momentum."

Business software company, Greentree International is fuelling growth for some of the world’s fastest growing companies, including NZX-listed Ryman Healthcare and The Evolve Group, which featured in its 2015 Awards winners.

The Awards celebrate the outstanding performers in Greentree’s global community, including representatives from the 10,000 companies that use its software.

“This has been a very successful year for us and we are thrilled to be able to recognise the role our partners and consultants have played in achieving customer momentum, with a number of exceptional implementations and sales,” says Peter Dickinson, CEO, Greentree.

Greentree New Zealand Partner of the Year, Endeavour Solutions also took out the New Zealand Implementation of the Year Award, for its rapid roll out of Greentree to all 50-plus early childcare companies in the Evolve Group.

The project was delivered during an intensive three month timeframe, in time to go-live and successfully meet all of the requirements for listing on the NZX.

In addition, Ryman Healthcare’s Customer Collaboration award recognises its strong ongoing relationship with Greentree partner, Verde Group.

In the past year Ryman played a major role in the deployment of Greentree4 eDocs, which converts thousands of its paper documents into executable electronic files each month.

Verde Group‘s sale of Greentree to Active Components, a major supplier of electronic parts to manufacturers, also won the New Zealand Sale of the Year title.

Also, the globally-nominated Don Bowman Initiative Award was launched two years ago in honour of Greentree’s late founder, to celebrate his passion for innovation and collaboration.

Read more: NZ ERP firm recognises founder with award

“Don was driven by a desire to develop technology that would improve people’s lives, and this year’s winner, Compass Housing Services, is doing just that,” Dickinson adds.

“Australia’s largest community housing provider, Compass was just one of a number of not-for-profit organisations to take out awards globally.”

Additional awards include:

• NZ Outstanding New Talent: Richard Harwood, Endeavour Solutions

• NZ Consultant of the Year (joint winners): Elizabeth Sandford, Endeavour Solutions and Leigh Hyde, Primacc

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