On April 24, Celero was recognized by PMI Manitoba with the Project of the Year Award for the successful development and implementation of its IT Service Management (ITSM) Project Phase I.
The Project Management Institute (PMI) is the world’s leading non-profit professional association in Project Management. Each year, the Manitoba chapter honours organizations that successfully complete a project exemplifying superior performance and execution. This award is the highest recognition in Manitoba for excellence and superior performance in Project Management.
“We are honoured to have been recognized by such an esteemed organization,” says Len Hendricks, Chief Technology Officer at Celero. “Our goal with this project was to successfully adopt a new system and approach to managing processes, for both our employees and our clients. I am proud of the team’s accomplishment, and even prouder that they received this recognition for their hard work and dedication.”
The project was completed in December 2018 and included the adoption of ITIL best practices for IT processes and the implementation the Celero eService Desk. The new eService desk is a modern, cloud-based platform for users to easily report and track the status of incidents and service requests. This phase laid the groundwork for future IT initiatives.
Celero would like to thank PMI Manitoba for the honour and congratulate our fellow nominees. To our employees, clients and vendor-partners, we appreciate and value your role in the successful completion of the project.
Watch the video about the project here and read more about the award in the PMI Manitoba news release here.
The Project of the Year award was presented to Celero employees at a gala in Winnipeg on April 24.
Celero is a leading provider of digital technology and integration solutions to credit unions and financial institutions across Canada. Clients trust Celero’s proven track record delivering innovative banking technologies, digital and payment solutions, cloud computing, outsourcing, IT and advisory services.
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