Sysdoc Wins Silver at Prestigious Brandon Hall Awards
Sysdoc and our client Fonterra are proud to announce that they have won the Silver Award for Best Learning Team at the 2020 Brandon Hall Group’s Human Capital Management Excellence Awards.
The win is a nice ‘cherry on top’ of a successful year thus far for this team and highlights our pride in being partners rather than suppliers, with brilliant people that deliver great results.
The silver award, for Best Learning Team, was presented to our blended Sysdoc and Fonterra team, Learning Solutions, a relationship 15 years young.
Danny Norcross, Team Lead for Sysdoc at Fonterra, says, “The award is an outstanding achievement that recognises the strength of our partnership with Fonterra and the value that we provide to continuously lift the organisation’s capability and performance. All award winners must demonstrate to Brandon Hall that their programmes and teams drive bottom-line business results. For our Learning Solutions team this is one of our key strategic drivers.”
The team react to the news at their morning stand-up
Sysdoc New Zealand’s Head of Strategic Capability and former lead of this team, Peter Auckram, was up early with Danny to watch the awards and said, “Our team at our client Fonterra continues to amaze and delight with their drive for excellence, thought leadership and focus on delivering quality learning and digital experience solutions. It’s wonderful to see them recognised with this award.”
Congratulations to the Sysdoc and Fonterra members of this team, whose relentless commitment makes the magic happen!
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