Microlease, a test and measurement equipment Management Company, has announced that it has been named Company of the Year for Best Practices in Global Test and Measurement Rental and Leasing Services by Frost & Sullivan for the second year in a row.
Jessy Cavazos, industry director at Frost & Sullivan, said, “The expectations of test and measurement equipment customers are at an all-time high. They demand support on a global basis and require assistance in managing their assets throughout the product life cycle from acquisition to disposal. Microlease’s integrated offering comprising rental and leasing services, certified pre-owned test equipment, new test equipment and asset management services fully addresses those customer needs. You expect an instrument rental and sales company to offer its customers the latest and greatest technology, but Microlease goes well beyond that with a range of services that help customers acquire, use and dispose of their test assets with maximum financial efficiency.”
She continued, “Microlease’s value proposition resonates with customers across the industry and is fuelling its growth. It has made significant investments to support customers locally across all three regions of the world. It provides local support in Europe, the USA and Asia, including India and South East Asia. We congratulate the Microlease leadership team and employees on their magnificent achievement.”
Frost & Sullivan industry awards recognise companies that have demonstrated a unique approach toward doing business in their respective markets. Microlease was named the recipient of the Company of the Year Award for a second time after analysts assessed that it continued to lead the industry in terms of growth strategy, implementation, innovation and leadership in customer value.
“We are delighted that Frost & Sullivan has recognised our business model for a second year in a row. At Microlease we aim to give our worldwide customer base a real choice and provide them with a complete service that exactly meets their requirements for the lifetime of their projects, whilst helping them to manage their assets effectively,” said Nigel Brown, Microlease CEO. “We will continue to drive innovation in our industry and grow by helping our customers be more successful.”