LotusWorks, specialist technical and engineering firm which employs 570 people worldwide, has won a prestigious accolade at the Irish Exporters Awards – and has been placed in the Deloitte Fast 50.
LotusWorks, specialist technical and engineering firm which employs 570 people worldwide, has won a prestigious accolade at the Irish Exporters Awards – and hasbeen placed in the Deloitte Fast 50.
The company, won the Services Exporter of the Year award at Irish Exporters Association (IEA)’s distinguished Export Industry Awards.The awards were announced at a Gala dinner at the Convention Centre in Dublin on Friday (November 13).
On the same night, LotusWorks was also placed in 36th position in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards Programme 2015. The ranking was announced at a separate award ceremony in DoubleTree by Hilton, Dublin.
Just two weeks ago, the specialist technical and engineering firm won the Established SME Award at the Connacht Provincial Finals of the Ulster Bank Business
Achievers Awards. The company now advances to the national finals of these awards, which will be held on December 3rd at the Mansion House.
“We are absolutely delighted with these prestigious awards – it is fantastic for everyone at LotusWorks,” said founder and CEO Fergal Broder. “These awards reassure us that we are exceeding our goals and are testament to our staff who work tirelessly within client organisations. However, we will never become complacent and aim to deliver an unsurpassed level of service to our clients.”
Mr Broder founded the company with just three employees in 1989. It now has 570 staff in Europe, North America, Singapore and Israel with strong growth and expansion planned in both European and North American markets for 2016.
He continued: “We are proud that over the last 26 years we have established ourselves and grown to become a leading technical services provider, that is known for our technically-excellent people who deliver high-quality work. These awards are independent validation that we are doing things well.”