Civicance receives “iESE” National award
06, April 2017
Civicance has received a nationally recognised ‘Remodelling Local Services’ award at the iESE Awards 2017.
The eighth annual iESE Award ceremony took place in London on the 4th April at the prestigious Church House Westminster, attended by Ian Bunn, (Managing Director) and Andrew Logan (Consultancy Manager) together with Cllr David Brown (Deputy Leader, Cheshire East).
The response to the ‘remodelling Local Service’ category nationally had been well supported with a total of 35 nominations shortlisted, and the development of Civicance Limited was considered by the judges worthy of a “Silver Award” demonstrating the greatest impact in reducing the overall cost of public service through delivering more for less, generating income or a combination of the two. This award recognised the root cause of service demand and the difficulties local government are experiencing when shaping its long-term public dependence on the service. Ensuring the service remains sustainable as a result.
The judges recognised the impact of innovation demonstrated within the organisation, and how it has improved the skills and capabilities within the workforce, highlighting the quality of delivery within the service, how the organisation has managed the change process, and the contribution it has made within the sector.
The award highlights the positive progress made through the development of the company together with the improvements achieved within a short period.
Ian Bunn, Managing Director said; “This award demonstrates the commitment and contribution of all Civicance employees, who have experienced significant changes to their working practices to improve services to local residents. The award recognises their achievements within a relatively short period of time and congratulations go to each and every member of staff we employ”.