August 09, 2011

InVision Wins "Ruban d’Honneur" at the 2011 European Business Awards

InVision Software, one of the leading international providers of cloud-based workforce management, today announced that it has won the prestigious “Ruban d’Honneur” at this year’s European Business Awards. At the same time, InVision is nominated as a finalist of the 2011 European Business Awards. In the finals, a total of 110 “Ruban d’Honneur” winners will compete to become an overall winner of the awards in eleven different categories.

InVision will compete against nine European organisations in the category “Business of the Year with Turnover of €0-25 million”. After a pre-judging in May, InVision was already selected as one of 25 organisations to represent Germany in the awards contest. For the fifth year in a row, the European Business Awards honours the top businesses for innovation, business excellence and sustainability. This year, more than 15,000 companies from 31 European countries submitted their application.

“To be one of the best businesses in Europe is a high accolade that we are very pleased to receive”, explains Peter Bollenbeck, CEO InVision Software AG. “InVision being ranked among the 110 top European companies proves that we are on the right track transforming our business model to cloud computing. This opens up opportunities for further international market penetration and exploitation of higher earnings potential.”

The software solutions of InVision enable companies to optimise their staff planning and scheduling processes in order to reduce personnel costs, increase productivity and improve employee satisfaction. Customers are now able to use InVision’s products as Software as a Service (SaaS), without initial investment in expensive hardware or software. Having grown faster than the market in 2010, cloud computing now opens up additional customer potential, especially in the segment of small and medium-sized businesses.