Date: 09 November 2022
Assurity Consulting (Assurity), New Zealand’s leading authority in quality digital service delivery, is selected as a finalist in the ‘Service & Support’ award at this year’s 2degrees Wellington Regional Business Excellence Awards.
Now in its 14th year, the high-profile annual awards event is hosted by the Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce and celebrates the successes and accomplishments of the local Wellington business community. The awards are an opportunity for businesses to celebrate their efforts, drive, and determination, as well as their contribution to our communities.
On being selected as a finalist for the ‘Service & Support’ award for the Wellington region, Assurity Consulting CEO Steve Mitchell said: “We are delighted to make the finals and gain recognition for our achievements; after all, Assurity has a long history in this city having started here back in 2005. Since then, we have successfully completed more than 2000 projects, and today have more than 180 exceptionally talented people serving our clients nationwide from our Auckland, Christchurch, and Wellington offices.”
Mitchell said the company is privileged to have contributed to the success of some of NZ’s most ambitious and complex digital transformation programmes. “We remain committed to ensuring our people, our clients, and our communities experience the very best of Assurity at all times.”
The company’s Wellington GM Grant Robinson said Assurity recognises its success through the numerous referrals received via other clients. “Clients who work with Assurity tend to become advocates for our services. Our clients value the expertise, honesty, and energy we bring to every project. People and service excellence are at the heart of everything we do, and clients see our values manifested daily in the attitudes and behaviours of our people and the care, energy, and passion they bring to their craft. Our clients value that, which is why we have enduring relationships built on a foundation of mutual respect and trust.”
He added that Assurity takes an inclusive approach to service and support. “We stand side by side to build the right outcomes in the best way possible, while acknowledging the inevitable challenges that come with complex projects.”
While Robinson and Mitchell said they are hoping for a win in the category, a celebration along with the other worthy finalists is a certainty at the Awards Dinner on 18 November.