White Clarke Group’s CALMS Platform awarded the Best POS & Back Office (Contract Management System) Innovation Awards

Leading finance technology company, White Clarke Group, is proud to announce that they have won the Best Point of Sale (POS) and Back Office Innovation Awards for their CALMS platform at the IAFN Conference last week in London.

The IAFN is one of the leading organisations in the Automotive and Asset finance sector, with its annual event attracting the largest attendance in the sector. Their prestigious industry awards ceremony celebrates organizations and individuals for their achievements in operations management, leadership, customer service, competitive performance, and innovation.

The Best Point of Sale Innovation Award recognises that White Clarke Group has released the most innovative point of sale system in asset finance in the last two years. White Clarke Group are the first to win the new Award for Back Office Innovation for the latest version of their CALMS Back Office Contract Management system, which has been designed to meet the challenges of digitalization and changing customer experience expectations.

With awards won for their CALMS POS and their CALMS Back-Office Contract Management System, White Clarke Group have now won awards for their entire end-to-end solution.

“For several years in a row we have won awards for our CALMS POS and Front Office system, so I am particularly pleased to now also be awarded for our CALMS Back Office Contract Management System. These awards reflect the massive investment we have made in our underlying technology and customer-centric functionality, cumulating in the latest release of our CALMS platform. Winning both awards effectively means we are now recognised by the industry as the leading provider of end to end solutions to the auto and asset finance sector.” says Brendan Gleeson, Group CEO at White Clarke Group. “These awards are a testament to our customers, partners and especially our hardworking, dedicated staff who should be proud of themselves for achieving this.”

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