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Endeavour, Verde claim top awards from Greentree

04 May 15

Endeavour Solutions has been named Greentree International’s Partner of the Year at the business management vendor’s 2015 Awards.

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

Greentree says the project was delivered in ‘an incredibly intensive three month time frame, in time to go live and successfully meet all of the requirements for listing on the NZX’.

Endeavour Solutions gained further acclaim at the awards, with employee Richard Harwood taking out the New Zealand Outstanding New Talent award, while colleague Elizabeth Sandford was joint winner, with Primacc’s Leigh Hyde, of the New Zealand Consultant of the Year award.

Ryman Healthcare won the Customer Collaboration award for its strong ongoing relationship with Greentree partner, Verde Group, while Verde itself won the New Zealand Sale of the Year for its sale of Greentree to Active Components, a supplier of electronic parts to manufacturers.

Peter Dickinson, Greentree chief executive, says this year has been a very successful year for the Kiwi company.

“Being a partner is a challenging role,” Dickinson says.

“It requires a strong understanding of both technology and business across a wide range of industries, sizes and cultures, and good communication skills which are all critical for success.

“The commitment we’ve received from our partners, consultants and especially our customers, this year has been outstanding and we want them to know how much we value their insight and dedication,” Dickinson adds.

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