Microlease presented with Frost & Sullivan Best Practice honour for a second time

Microlease has once again been presented with the 2014 Company of the Year Award for Best Practices in Global Test and Measurement Rental and Leasing Services at Frost & Sullivan’s annual Growth, Innovation and Leadership awards ceremony in London. Microlease was also Company of the Year in the same category for 2013.

Jessy Cavazos, industry director at Frost & Sullivan, said, “Since last year’s award, Microlease has not stood still and has further raised the bar in terms of the breadth and depths of its service proposition, helping customers acquire, use and dispose of their test assets with maximum financial efficiency. We congratulate the Microlease leadership team and employees on their magnificent achievement in winning this award two years in succession.”

Nigel Brown, Microlease CEO, responded saying, “We are delighted that Frost & Sullivan has endorsed our strategy 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. We will continue to drive innovation in our industry and grow by helping our customers be more successful.” 

The Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Awards programme recognises 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 after judges benchmarked its growth strategy, implementation, innovation and leadership in customer value against key competitors. In particular, the Frost & Sullivan best practice team identified the provision of asset management services as the key differentiator for Microlease.

 

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