A multi-winner of the Australian Business Awards program since 2011, innovation is part of Pronto Software’s DNA.
Chad Gates, Managing Director at Pronto Software, said: “It is with great pleasure that we accept the 2017 ABA100 Award for Software Innovation, in recognition of our vertically-integrated ERP and BI solution, Pronto Xi.
“Pronto Xi distinguishes itself as an industry leading business management software solution through its strong Australian heritage, innovative technology and extensive user base. We’re a mid-market business exporting our product all over the world, and we’re honoured to help other Australian businesses do the same. Our sharp focus on R&D has seen investment in bold initiatives to move ahead of the times and provide solutions that solve tomorrow’s problems,” continued Mr Gates.
“Our latest release Pronto Xi 740 empowers staff at any level to make better decisions and helps steer company growth, allowing businesses to get the most out of its operational data. It is designed to allow mid-sized businesses to better compete, especially against large multinational companies through the use of ERP, data analytics and mobile in a unified and integrated solution,” said Mr Gates.
Australian Business Awards Program Director, Ms Tara Johnston, said: “Today, companies are facing a competitive and continuously changing business landscape. In this context, the performance of companies depends more than ever on their flexibility, adaptability and responsiveness. New technological possibilities have the potential to transform the way companies operate within their respective industries with long-term gains in efficiency, productivity and customer loyalty.
“Each year the ABA100 Winners are recognised for their commitment to business and product innovation and for their achievements in transforming business practices and end user experiences.
“The Australian Business Awards are proud to acknowledge the role of these leading corporate, government and non-government organisations for implementing innovative, well-managed high-performing business initiatives and for the research and development of their innovative products and services,” Ms Johnston added.
The Australian Business Awards program provides notable opportunities for high-performing organisations, which implement world-class business initiatives and develop innovative products and services to be acknowledged and honoured for their achievements both nationally and internationally. The World Business Awards Framework (WBA Framework) is utilised as a structured model of assessment that enables the participating organisations to be benchmarked against world-class performance standards.
Organisational participation includes private companies, publicly listed companies, multi-national subsidiaries, non-government organisations, educational institutions, franchise systems, partnerships, government departments, government agencies, local government and statutory bodies operating in Australia. For more information on The Australian Business Awards and the 2017 ABA100 Winners go to www.australianbusinessawards.com.au.
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About Pronto Software: Pronto Software is an Australian developer of award-winning business management software. With an easy- to-use interface and in-built flexibility and intelligence, its flagship Pronto Xi platform drives efficiency and performance improvements to businesses.
Pronto Software prides itself on actively listening to customers and adapting its services to meet their needs to reveal the best solution.
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