Mike Watson, chief executive of the New Zealand Business Excellence Foundation said "In finalists we look for organisations that demonstrate they have robust processes in place to address key business and stakeholder/customer requirements. The delivery of products and services should be based on sound processes and the business should demonstrate clear direction and specific objectives to achieve success. Most importantly we look for evidence of success via the outputs and outcomes from business processes."
GeoSmart General Manager, Phil Allen said, "This is an excellent start for what may well be one of the most exciting years in GeoSmart's 30 years in business, with a number of major product launches to be announced early in the year. We are delighted to be recognised for our work and this is a significant pat on the back for the entire team at GeoSmart who are passionate about our business and the benefits we are delivering to businesses and consumers."
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