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Winner in the category Vertical Solution of the Year at the European IT & Software Excellence Awards

14th April 2016, London, United Kingdom

In recognition of the successful implementation of the Aspekt Microfinance Software in supporting the operational integration and strategic improvements to our client MCF EKI, ASPEKT has won the Vertical Solution of the Year award in the Solution Providers category.

IT Europa, the leading provider of strategic business intelligence, news and analysis on the European IT marketplace, has announced the winners of the European IT & Software Excellence Awards for 2016th, at a celebration dinner at the London Lancaster Hotel, on April 14th.

This year, the awards dedicated to recognize the best software and customer solutions by System Integrators, Solution VARs, MSPs and ISVs across Europe had the most diverse competition with over 86 finalists representing 21 countries. Being awarded in this category is an outstanding achievement for ASPEKT and a valuable encouragement for delivering further innovative solutions to support the changing needs of all our clients.

European IT & Software Excellence Awards are brought by IT Europa, the digital provider of latest industry news and analyses on the European IT marketplace. IT Europa provides a range of market intelligence database reports, digital marketing services and organizes European conferences and events for the IT and Telecoms sectors, including ISV Convention for leading independent software vendors , European IT & Software Excellence Awards and Managed Services and Hosting Summit.

Borce Dimovski, the Managing Partner of ASPEKT said: “We’re proud to have won this prestigious award, especially against such a strong competition. I would like to thank the European IT & Software Excellence Awards for the opportunity and industry recognition. The microfinance industry is growing rapidly and we see major need for technological improvement mostly in process integration and operational automation that legacy systems don’t support, based on which we try to provide software solutions that enable our clients streamline daily operations and still maintain high individual efficiency while controlling the costs, demonstrated through this project implementation.”

John Garratt, Editor of IT Europa and head of judges’ panel stated that this year’s winner decision process had been particularly hard: “While in previous years the concentration was on cloud and SaaS solutions, this year the focus was on data management and analyses. The entries reflected the changes in the industry, and the ability of software developers and ISVs to respond and deliver results for their customers. The awards showed the success of the IT industry and the potential there is for encouraging future investments in this segment.”