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Announcing Orchid's 2024 North American Award Winners

Thu, 28 Mar 2024

As TPAC North America wraps up for 2024 we congratulate this year's Orchid award winners.
 

TPAC 2024 (North America) has just wrapped up in Vancouver, and the TPAC caravan is preparing to move on to South Africa next week.

Orchid is proud to have been a sponsor and attendee at every TPAC since the inaugural event in 2003.

The Orchid tradition of presenting our annual North American Business Partner awards at the TPAC event night continued this week.

For the 6th year running, the 'trophies' consisted of framed panoramas by former Accpac (now Sage 300) trainer Jim Guthrie. We like to give first-time winners Jim's image of Sydney Harbour Bridge at sunrise, taken just down the hill from Orchid's North Sydney office.

For repeat winners, we choose something else from Jim's portfolio. This year it was a lovely image of Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain, a place that is very special to us, and also to our many South African friends.

While we only hand out two awards, Orchid takes this opportunity to thank all our other business partners for their continued support.

 

And the 2024 winners are…

BUSINESS PARTNER OF THE YEAR: BAASS Business Solutions

It was a pleasure to announce BAASS Business Solutions as the winner of this award, once again. It recognizes the highest annual sales of Orchid products in the previous calendar year. 

The team from BAASS receives their award from Steve and Nathalie.
The team from BAASS receives their award from Nathalie and Anne. (Sorry about the lighting!)

PARTNER EXCELLENCE AWARD: Asyma Solutions

We also like to recognize another partner who has made a significant contribution to our success over the past year. This year Asyma Solutions was awarded for their outstanding advocacy for and support of Orchid’s products.

Rob Greeno from Asyma Solutions receives their award from Anne and Nathalie.
Darren Williams from Asyma Solutions receives their award from Anne and Nathalie.

 

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