Accsys takes Top honours for Excellence in Sustainable Performance
Accsys, a member of the Business Connexion Group (BCX), has won the TT100 Award for Excellence in Sustainable Performance for the third year running.
The company is an established national supplier of people management software and hardware solutions within the HR, payroll and time & attendance space.
In late November, the newly appointed Minister of Science and Technology, Derek Hanekom, presented Accsys management with the award on behalf of organisers of the annual TT100 competition. This award is sponsored by the JSE, who along with Professor Roy Marcus, head of Da Vinci, were part of the presentation delegation.
The TT100 Business Awards Programme was launched in 1991 by the Da Vinci Institute, who continue to own the process and involves the joint participation of the government, industry partners such as Eskom, IDC and the JSE (Johannesburg Stock Exchange). Major sponsors include the Sunday Times.
The Programme was established to identify and reward local companies that stand out for their excellence in the management of technology, people, systems, research and sustainability. Professor Marcus talks of the “story behind the story” and about identifying role models who, in spite of trying times, have driven their organization to greater heights.”
Awards are bestowed upon candidates following an intensive adjudication process that involves interviews and the collection of relevant data on companies.
In 2012 Accsys, a long-time affiliate and participant of the Programme, was a finalist in three categories, namely: Award for Excellence in the Management of People, Award for Excellence in the Management of Technology and Award for Excellence in the Management of Systems.
Teryl Schroenn, CEO of Accsys, said it is special to receive this award and that sustainability is the work of many.
“A big thank you to all who share in the Accsys journey every day. It is a combination of great people, products, team work, ideas and commitment that takes us forward strategically,”