WINNERS AT THE 6TH ANNUAL CEE SHARED SERVICES AWARDS



The winners of the CEE Shared Services and Outsourcing Gala on February 1st in Warsaw has been announced!


Hungarian shared services firms, business services projects, and sector professionals were presented with awards of acknowledgement. We're proud of the Hungarian Shared Service Sector for having won in some of the most prestigious categories at the Gala. We at SSC Heroes were honoured to be Premier Partners of the event and to be among the Jury as well.

In 2018, the gala had another sell-out audience of 300+ guests with more than 50 being international firms expanding their business services centres – or interested in setting up in central Europe. The Awards Gala was preceded by a full Pre-Day (31st January) focused on HR issues inside SSCs; a half-day Summit (1st February) covering the Shared services and outsourcing sector; Break-Out sessions with deep insights into specific issues driving the sector; and once again our popular “Site Visits”. With more than 44 Speakers and 32 Jury Members, the 6th annual CEE Shared Services Summit and Awards was a not-to-be missed event to kick off the new year.

We are extremely proud ouf the Hungarian Shared Service sector for having won 4 awards altogether in some of the most prestigious categories at the Gala.

You can find the awarded ones from Hungary here:

Shared Services Firm of the Year – CEE
Avis Budget Group, Budapest, Hungary

New-entrant SSC of year
Harman (Székesfehérvár)

Top Employer Branding Initiative
BT ROC (British Telecommunications Regional Operational Centre) Hungary

IT Services Firm of the Year – CEE
EPAM Systems (Belarus, Hungary, Poland)

See the full list here:

Winners

• Best new office development for SSC/BPO sectors
Nowa Fabryczna (Lodz, Poland)

• Best University-Business cooperation of the Year
EPAM University Program - Belarus

• Top CSR initiative of the Year – Poland
Cisco Networking Academy

• Top CSR initiative of the Year – CEE
Girls make IT happen (Tele 2 Latvia)

• General Advisory/Location Advisory
Deloitte

• Top Public Sector Initiative of the Year
Invest Lithuania (Vilnius), Ministry of Economy, President of the Republic of Lithuania

• Top Recruitment Firm of the Year
Hays

• Top Robotics/RPA Implementation of the Year
Western Union Processing Lithuania

• Most “Dynamically Developing” City – CEE
Vilnius (Lithuania)

• Most “Dynamically Developing” City – Poland
Tri City (Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia)

• Emerging City of the Year – CEE
Iasi (Romania)

• Emerging City of the Year – Poland
Lublin

• Business Centre Manager of the Year – BPO
CBRE Corporate Outsourcing – Barbara Huss

• Business Centre Manager of the Year – SSC – CEE
Western Union Processing Lithuania – Saruna Suipis

• Business Centre Manager of the Year – SSC – Poland
PwC Service Delivery Center – Pawel Mleczko

• Top Employer Branding Initiative
BT ROC (British Telecommunications Regional Operational Centre) Hungary

• BPO firm of the year – CEE
Cognizant Technology Solutions (Lithuania, Poland)

• IT Services Firm of the Year – CEE
EPAM Systems (Hungary)

• IT Services Firm of the Year – Poland
Sii

• Most unique services provider – CEE
Allianz Technology - Actuarial Support Center (Bucharest, Romania)

• Most unique services provider – Poland
Cisco Global Services Center (Krakow)

• New-entrant SSC of year
Harman (Székesfehérvár, Hungary)

• Shared Services Firm of the Year – Baltics
Danske Bank Global Services Lithuania (GSL)

• Shared Services Firm of the Year – Poland
GSK Tech Poznan - BSC Poznan

• Shared Services Firm of the Year – CEE
Avis Budget Group, Budapest, Hungary

Congratulations to everyone, couldn't be more proud of the Hungarian SSC sector!


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