AppleCompaniesnewsSoftwareSouth AfricaTechnology

FNB business innovator of the year awarded


JOHANNESBURG – BRUCE Morgan, the Chief Executive Officer of GreatSoft CRM, has been named the overall winner of the inaugural First National Bank Business Innovation Award 2015.

He beat six other finalists to the accolade.

For winning the award, Morgan will have an opportunity to gain valuable business insights from world renowned business leaders at Endeavor’s prestigious International Selection Panel (ISP) in San Francisco later this year.

“The FNB Business Innovation Award is a fantastic achievement for us. It validates the work that our team continues to do on a daily basis.

“Five years ago we reviewed the course of our business and it is great to see our efforts paying off. We are thrilled with this accolade and look forward to the opportunities ahead,” he said.

Michael Vacy-Lyle, CEO of FNB Business, congratulated the winner.

“We are delighted to congratulate Bruce for winning the FNB Business Innovation Award in recognition of the innovative excellence at GreatSoft CRM.

“The company’s unique business model enables it to scale rapidly and sustainably, with great potential to enter new markets,” said Vacy-Lyle.

Catherine Townshend, Managing Director of Endeavor South Africa, believes that the opportunity to network and exchange ideas with global business leaders could unearth new possibilities for GreatSoft CRM.

“The ISP is an incredible platform for entrepreneurs who are looking for opportunities to scale,” she said.

GreatSoft CRM develops and implements cloud-based tech solutions for accounting businesses. Based on its subscription revenue business model, they provide an integrated product for small and large multi-million accounting firms.

The currently work with industry leading business in and outside South Africa.

Meanwhile, SPARK Schools received a Special Recognition Award for providing affordable and innovative quality education.

Thousands of students are benefitting from SPARK’s initiative that has a blended learning model which combines technology and individualised methods to accelerate learning.

– CAJ News




Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button