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Tech firm Excelpoint has won the North East Business and Product Innovation Award in the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), Celebrating Small Business Awards.
Ian Brown, CEO of Excelpoint, received the award at a prestigious event held at the Newcastle Gateshead Marriott Hotel on the 21st of March.
Following the event, Ian commented: “I am delighted and surprised to be receiving this award which recognises all the hard work, dedication and commitment of the team at Excelpoint.
The team has worked hard to establish the business as a leading light in the no-code software sector representing the region on a world stage.
We have big plans for the future to establish Excelpoint as one of the world leaders in the no-code software sector.”
Each year, the FSB celebrates the achievements and contributions of smaller businesses with up to 250 employees and the self-employed through its UK awards scheme, which attracts over 8,000 entries!
As a winner of the North East region, Excelpoint will represent the region at the national finals on the 19th of May in Glasgow.
Excelpoint’s no-code software platform enables organisations to realise the benefits of a digital transformation for business process automation. Customers include the globally recognised brands of EDF Cyclife, Mitie, Minova Global, Kaefer, Anglian Water and Hanson.
The team at Excelpoint work with customers to identify business-critical challenges and addresses them with its unique no-code software configuring and deploying scalable solutions to create automated business processes and workflows. The no-code software plays a crucial role in creating streamlined operations to improve business results, reduce costs, drive business improvement, enhance the customer and employee experience, and ultimately establish data-driven organisations.
For more information on the FSB, please visit www.fsb.org.uk.