Kiandra Service Delivery Manager Malcolm Duckett with the award.
Kiandra IT has been recognised as an ABA100 Winner in The Australian Business Awards 2015 for Service Excellence.
The award recognises Kiandra’s achievements in providing exceptional service and professionalism in their delivery of IT infrastructure and software solutions.
“Being named as a winner in the Service Excellence category is a reflection of our dedication to providing the highest levels of service to our clients” said Kiandra IT Managing Director, Cameron Brookes.
“This continued recognition from ABA – having won previously in 2012 & 2013 – is a great result for Kiandra, as it validates the importance we place on helping businesses improve their bottom line through leading-edge technology and software solutions.”
“I congratulate our fellow award winners and am proud to share this recognition with them, and thank The Australian Business Awards for developing such a fantastic program.
Ms Tara Johnston, Program Director, says, “For a decade, The Australian Business Awards have conducted knowledge building programs which focus on organisations that prioritise innovation and technology as they continue to drive local and international markets.
“The ABA100 Winners have demonstrated innovative, enterprising and technologically advanced business initiatives and products that support an obvious transformation coinciding with the ever-changing, highly competitive business environment.
“High-performing, intelligent organisations that continuously and effectively improve their processes and products are set to survive the long term challenges faced by all Australian businesses,” Ms Johnston added.
Each year the ABA100 Winners are recognised through a variety of different award categories that demonstrate business and product innovation. Corporate, government and non-government organisations are acknowledged for implementing well-managed industry leading initiatives and for the research and development of high-performing products and services.
Businesses initiatives are evaluated utilising the POEM Assessment Module via a detailed analysis of the method, execution, performance and outcomes of their initiative. Products including platforms, software, knowledge, systems, services, information and devices are evaluated via the PREF Assessment Module, which evaluates their features, end user benefits, research and performance.
For more information on The Australian Business Awards and the 2015 ABA100 Winners go to www.australianbusinessawards.com.au.