We are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted for the Business Enabler of the Year Award, sponsored by BlackBerry, at the 2013 National Business Awards
The Business Enabler of the Year category was open to organisations whose primary aim is to help other enterprises become more profitable or more cost-efficient; to transform or restructure; or to achieve new commercial goals.
Charles Ward, chief operating officer at Intellect, and shortlist judge for the Business Enabler of the Year
category, was looking for evidence of how Mubaloo has helped clients:
- Increase operational efficiency
- Expand customer base or engagement
- Become more innovative and competitive
- Empower staff to become effective
Our case studies for UNITE
, the Met Office
, to name a few, showcase how we have helped our clients improve their business processes and more, all through the use of mobile apps. Charles Ward commented:
“Capitalising on the benefits that mobility offers is easier said than done and the technical challenges can be daunting. However, Mubaloo has demonstrated the art of the possible with mobile applications that are having a dramatic effect on the way companies do business and their results.”
Over 150 of Britain’s leading businesses have been announced as finalists for the 2013 National Business Awards including Barclays, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble and Virgin Media. We are extremely honoured to be shortlisted against such huge organisations and we are absolutely thrilled to know that we are being recognised as the leaders in enterprise mobility in the UK.
The awards ceremony takes place on 12th November 2013 at Grosvenor House, London. Judges for the Business Enabler of the Year category are Phil Lander, senior director at BlackBerry and Jamie Liddell, editor of Outsource Magazine, as well as shortlist judge Charles Ward.
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