Thomsons takes home two Gold Stevie® Awards and one Silver Award in the 2015 International Business AwardsSM
London – August 20, 2015 – Thomsons Online Benefits, the SaaS provider of global employee benefits solutions, proudly announces the recognition of three Stevie Awards, including the following:
- Best New Product or Service of the Year – Software – Financial Management Solution (Gold Stevie Award)
- Company of the Year – Business or Professional Services (Gold Stevie Award)
- Most Innovative Company of the Year – in Europe (Silver Stevie Award)
Judges provided high remarks for each of Thomsons’ entries, including statements such as: “Impressive market performance in a dynamic sector showing leadership and innovation in product design and delivery;” and “Thomsons is a global leader in its space; the product is a unique offering and has no parallel in its industry.”
The HR tech landscape is rapidly advancing, and many vendors are throwing their hats in the ring. The difference with Thomsons is that the company has consistently been ahead of the game, providing real results with its global employee benefits administration platform, Darwin™. End-to-end, automated editions of Darwin include Spending Account Manager (awarded the Gold Stevie), Reward Engager, Benefits Manager, Benefits Enroller, Retirement Planner and Holiday and Absence Planner.
“The global employee benefits market has had a turbulent few years, with unprecedented regulatory changes in many countries,” said Michael Whitfield, CEO of Thomsons Online Benefits. “Yet at Thomsons, we didn’t simply weather the storm, we stayed ahead of it. Delivering innovation in the face of adversity, we always strive to remain one-step ahead of the competition, realising our mission to revolutionise the employee benefits market. These three prestigious award wins further validate everything we are passionate about and why Thomsons exists, and we are extremely honoured to be recognised.”
Stevie Award winners were determined by the average scores of more than 200 executives worldwide, who evaluated more than 3,700 companies from more than 60 countries globally. Entries were reviewed, critiqued and rated on a scale of 1-10 by the judges, who based each submission according to industry, function and experience.
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