WinAir nominated for London Business Achievement Award (LBAA) — aviation management software vendor shortlisted as a finalist for local business award in the medium-sized “Business of the Year” category
Company eagerly anticipates the awards gala celebration and looks forward to the prospect of being recognized by the London business community as the winner in their class
London, Ontario, Canada – January 25, 2018 – Global leader in aviation management software, WinAir, is honored to announce that the company has been selected as a finalist for the London Business Achievement Awards’ (LBAA) Business of the Year award, in the medium-sized business category. On March 21st 2018, members of the WinAir team will attend the LBAA gala celebration at the London Convention Centre in London, Ontario, Canada. This year’s awards gala will mark the 35th installment of the annual event, which is presented by the London Chamber of Commerce and recognizes outstanding businesses from within the region.
Frequently referred to as the “Academy Awards” for business achievement in the London business community, the LBAA showcases the business achievements of London-based organizations in a variety of categories including: human resources, innovation, environmental leadership, corporate social responsibility, and business of the year (small, medium, and large). In order to qualify for an LBAA award, companies must be nominated by an external, third party individual. Thereafter, companies are required to develop and submit a comprehensive application package, which is vetted by an awards judging panel. Once a list of finalists is determined, this judging panel participates in a series of onsite tours at finalist locations.
“We are absolutely ecstatic to be listed as a finalist for the Business of the Year award,” said Kyle Vergeer, Commercial Manager at WinAir. “Having recently released WinAir Version 7 to national and international praise, it is fantastic to receive recognition from the local business community. Our entire team is extremely thankful to be acknowledged as a finalist for such a prestigious award and we extend our congratulations to all the other companies that were nominated.”
Each year, the LBAA draws over 1,200 attendees for their black-tie awards celebration—from members of the local business community, to media representatives, and the general public at large. The Business of the Year award is considered to be the showpiece award that is presented during the night’s celebration. Previous winners in this category include Voices.com, a voice talent provider, Big Blue Bubble, a mobile game developer, and 3M Canada, a global manufacturing company.
WinAir’s nomination for the 2018 Business of the Year award couldn’t have come at a better time—this year marks the company’s 30th anniversary, which makes the nomination and the business community recognition that much more special.
Since 1988, WinAir has been a forerunner in aviation management software and continues to lead the industry to this day. Companies from around the globe trust in WinAir to track and manage their aviation maintenance and inventory control with exact precision and in an expedited manner. By increasing workflow efficiency, WinAir has been able to successfully assist its clientele with streamlining business processes at their operations.
Do you want to learn more about how your business will benefit from WinAir? Contact WinAir today to schedule a complimentary demonstration of WinAir that is tailored to your company’s unique needs!
Based in London, Ontario, Canada, WinAir has 30 years of experience as a leader in aviation management software. Companies rely on WinAir to efficiently and effectively track and manage aircraft maintenance and inventory control. WinAir is proud to lay claim to hundreds of installations at aviation-specific organizations worldwide. From airlines, to heli-ops, to law enforcement agencies, oil industry suppliers, MROs, CAMOs, medical evacuation response teams and more, businesses using WinAir regard the solution as a necessary component to the successful management of their fleet maintenance programs.