TM Group finalists in 2014 Business Awards

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13 March 2015


wilts awardsTM Group have made it through to the final stages of the Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards 2014 in three categories. The leading property data and service provider are up for ‘medium sized enterprise of the year’ and the award for ‘overall excellence’, whilst managing director Paul Albone is also a finalist for ‘business person of the year’.

The Wiltshire Business Awards, sponsored by Natwest, recognise and reward innovation and community values with finalists having demonstrated how they have succeeded in valuing staff and clients to grow their businesses over the previous 12 months.

TM Group have an excellent track-record in recent years for winning awards that honour their innovative online solutions that put the user in control of the property transaction.

In 2013, TM were awarded ‘best building and property internet business’ at the Internet Business Awards (IBA) 2013/14 before joining the likes of Barclays Bank, Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Nationwide Building Society to be declared a winner at the Financial Services (FS) Tech awards in 2014, winning the award for ‘risk management software of the year’.

TM Group were also highly commended for ‘best use of technology’ at the Mortgage Finance Gazette Awards in 2014.

Managing director Paul Albone said: “As a company, we’re delighted to have been recognised as a finalist in the Wiltshire Business Awards 2014 for the innovative solutions that we continually strive to develop for our customers. On a personal note, it is extremely flattering to reach the final for business person of the year, we have a great team of people and I look forward to the award ceremony in April.”

 



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