Primedia Unlimited’s pharmaceutical procurement software specialists X/procure®, who service more than 67% of South Africa’s pharmacies, has taken honours at the prestigious TT100 Awards once again.
The company, which allows pharmacists to seamlessly place their orders electronically on a system offering multiple platforms and functions, has walked away with four accolades, namely: The Director General’s Award for Overall Excellence; Minister’s Award for Sustainable Excellence; Da Vinci Institute Award for the Excellence in the Management of People and theDa Vinci Institute Award for the Excellence in the Management of Innovation.
X/procure® was also named a Finalist in the Excellence in the Management of Systems and Technology award.
Operations Director Corné Korb says that the team is overwhelmed: “We are so honoured to have been awarded these accolades which not only assert our success in the field of technology, but also affirm our ability to manage people, innovation and systems within our sustainable organisation.”
Managing Director JD Henderson adds: “We couldn’t have done it without the incredible support and backing of our customers, management and staff. It feels great to give something back to our support system in the form of these awards which illustrates our ongoing commitment towards innovation and building on our ever growing organisation,” he says.
“We’re super proud of the entire team for all their dedication and hard work throughout the year and I’m proud to be associated with such an energetic and innovative team. What a great way to end the year!”
According to TT100, “The ultimate accolade for any organisation is to be accorded the Director General’s Award for Overall Excellence. This organisation does not only deliver superior financial results, but displays all round excellence. From the development of their strategy, to the way they interact with their internal and external environment, the organisation displays an important attribute in the form of a “fractal quality”.
The overall winner addresses all elements of Enterprise Development, Corporate Social Investment, Empowerment, and growing local and international market base. Their growth is derived organically, and through sound acquisitions. Organisations in this category are recognised as hyper-competitors.”