Softengi is among the candidates for the best European outsourcing project with its work for Zeppelin Construction Equipment CIS. The company has developed a Consolidated Data Collection system for the exclusive dealer of Caterpillar machines. The system collects data about machines from distributed Zeppelin systems. It provides information on each unit location, its technical condition, its last maintenance, next maintenance, and other functions, to enable the company to serve customers faster and more efficiently in all CIS regions. Project complexity and the work executed by Softengi team were duly appreciated by the EOA judging panel to shortlist it for the European IT Outsourcing Project of the Year.
Kerry Hallard, CEO of the NOA, commented: “Being shortlisted for the EOA Awards is a testament to having achieved something truly spectacular in the realm of outsourcing. The award winners will be announced in Lisbon on 8th October, and we’re very excited to see which partnerships and organisations will be crowned as the best of Europe’s outsourcing elite.”
The EOA Awards is taking place on the same day as the EOA Leadership Summit, 8th October 2015. This day the winners will be announced and awarded. For details please click here.
Full list of the shortlisted companies is available here.
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