Bravura wins Australian Business Award
Sydney, 19 June 2009 (ASX: BVA/OTCQX: BRVSY) – Bravura Solutions (Bravura) – a leading global supplier of wealth management applications and professional services – is pleased to announce that it has been selected as the winner of the 2009 Australian Business Award for International Trade in the IT&T industry. The Australian Business Awards recognise organisations that demonstrate the core values of business and product excellence, sustainability and commercial success in their respective industries.
Bravura’s Group CEO & Managing Director, Iain Dunstan said: “We are delighted to be selected as a winner for this prestigious award. The recognition is testament to the excellence of our exporting strategy despite the current global financial crisis. We believe that in a time of negative economic growth, our ability to maintain our revenue and EBITDA, and continue to win awards, is a reflection of our long-term sustainability”.
The Awards are a national, all-encompassing awards program with entries judged on specific criteria underpinned by the program’s values of success, innovation and ethics. The judging panel is carefully selected and coordinated by the Australian Business Awards to ensure that the judging process is fair and objective, free of bias or influence.
A spokesperson for the Australian Business Awards said: “The 2009 Awards attracted a very high standard of entries from the Australian business community during times of great change. This year’s winners displayed exceptional performance and leadership in their respective industries and are role models for any organisation striving for business and product excellence”.
Established in 2003, the Australian Business Awards is an independent organisation incorporated in Australia as a proprietary limited company. Specialising in quality management, the Australian Business Awards administer and coordinate The Australian Business AwardsTM program. As a private sector initiative, the Australian Business Awards is not affiliated with any larger or controlling entity to avoid any potential conflict of interest and does not rely on the financial support of government or other organisations.