United States-August 11, 2022, 05:15 PM
Confluence Health, Frontier, Vallen Asia and Zeelandia recognized for disruptive technology leadership; public voting through Sept 2
Four Infor customers have been named finalists in the 12th-annual Constellation SuperNova Awards: Confluence Health, Frontier, Vallen Asia and Zeelandia. The awards recognize individuals and teams that are prioritizing disruptive technology and transforming their organizations with digital initiatives.
The 2022 SuperNova Award judges, comprised of technology thought leaders and journalists, selected finalists who demonstrated success in implementing cutting-edge business models and emerging technologies for their organizations. Finalists achieved remarkable results, including competitive advantage, cost savings and quantifiable improvements in agility.
Confluence Health’s Stace Webley, financial systems support manager, is a finalist in the Future of Work / Employee Experience category, focused on delivering “the best possible employee experience as a means to maximize wellness and productivity using tools that support the future of work and people analytics.” Confluence Health is an integrated healthcare delivery system in north-central Washington that uses Infor CloudSuite Healthcare. Read the Infor news release on Confluence Health.
Vote for Confluence Health, and learn more about its digital project success.
Frontier Co-op’s Eduardo Pulido, vice president of IT, is a finalist in the Digital Safety Governance and Privacy category, which spotlights supporting “policies and technologies to manage how personal information is used, strategies for effective compliance, and privacy best practices.” Frontier is a member-owned cooperative manufacturer of natural and organic products headquartered in Norway, Iowa, that uses Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage. Read the Infor news release about Frontier.
Vote for Frontier, and learn more about its digital project success.
Vallen Asia CEO Andrew Bennett is a finalist in the Tech Optimization and Modernization category, which shows how to “reduce technical debt to fund innovation using technologies such as, but not limited to, cloud computing, back-office efficiencies, RPA and process mining, licensing optimization, ERP, integration, and others.” Vallen Asia is one of the world's leading international service companies, and uses Infor CloudSuite Distribution Enterprise. Read the Infor news release on Vallen Asia.
Vote for Vallen Asia, and learn more about its digital project success.
Zeelandia Group’s Michal Rada, ICT director and transformation leader, is a finalist in the AI and Augmented Humanity category, focused on applying “machines that possess the intelligence and learning capabilities of humans to transform their businesses or mission. This category also includes solutions that address the issues of digital and AI ethics, and the impact of AI on society.” Zeelandia is a Netherlands-based global player in the bakery ingredients business and uses Infor CloudSuite Food & Beverage and Infor Coleman AI. Read the Infor news release about Zeelandia.
Vote for Zeelandia, and learn more about its digital project success.
“Savvy digital leaders from all industries have made the move from digital channels to digital business models. Despite a high level of uncertainty, rampant inflation, rising interest rates, uncertain inventory and a massive labor shortage, this year’s SuperNova Award finalists have made a significant impact to their businesses,” said R “Ray” Wang, founder and CEO of Constellation Research, a technology research and advisory firm based in Silicon Valley, California. “The lessons learned from these organizations provide a strong template and great inspiration for other leaders looking to pave the way in their organizations.”
Public voting for the SuperNova Awards is open now through Sept 2. The winners will be announced at the SuperNova Awards Gala on Oct 26 in Half Moon Bay, California, during Constellation’s Connected Enterprise conference.