ACUTEC has been shortlisted for Black Country Chamber of Commerce’s Business Service Provider of the Year Award.
Chris Roche, Managing Director said: ‘We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for the award. The team have worked incredibly hard over the past 12 months to ensure that our service is of the highest quality.’
The eligibility for the award was judged upon whether the business had implemented a clear strategy to benefit its customers and employees, its assessment and execution of services and commercial success, as well as success stories with clients.
Celebrating its 21st birthday this year, ACUTEC has prided itself on maintaining excellent customer service. ACUTEC has implemented multiple strategies to benefit both its clients and employees. Processes such as client on-boarding procedures have been put in place in every department to ensure that clients consistently receive the same high level of service throughout their customer journey.
The company has also broadcast webinars providing education to both clients and contacts on subjects such as ‘The Essential Checklist to Avoid Cybercrime.’ The webinars provide listeners with education so that they are aware of ongoing issues that can affect them within IT. Urfaan Azhar, Infrastructure Manager at ACUTEC commented: ‘The root of cyber security is end user education we have pledged ourselves this year to creating awareness of this increasing problem.’
The ACUTEC team is ecstatic to have been shortlisted for the Business Service Provider of the Year Award. These awards are testament to the investment that the company has made to being able to provide expert solutions for the benefit of other businesses. ACUTEC is constantly taking steps to ensure that the relationship that it has with its clients benefits their businesses and has a positive impact through education, customer service and the best technologies.
The winners for the Black Country Chamber of Commerce Awards will be announced on 18th November at Wolverhampton Racecourse.