A Celebration of Innovation
The Institute of Financial Operations has named two organizations as recipients of the 2014 Innovation Award — one in accounts payable and one in accounts receivable.
The organization named the recipients during a luncheon presentation in Dallas, Texas, earlier this month at Fusion 2014, the IFO's annual conference for professionals in financial operations. The recipients were judged based on their accomplishments in business process redesign, application of technology, development of a new technology, and exceptional business performance.
"This year's awards were extremely competitive," said Michael Mallon, chair of the IFO's board of directors. "The committee that chose the recipients said there were more entries than ever, and many of the companies that submitted nominations received high scores."
The 2014 recipients are:
AP Innovation Award — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Click here to find out why The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints won this AP achivement.
The LDS Church was nominated by service provider Perceptive Software, a Lexmark Company.
AR Innovation Award— Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Click here to find out why Sony Pictures Home Entertainment won this AR achivement.
Sony was Nominated by service provider DataServ.
To read the entire press release about the The Institute of Financial Operations 2014 Innovation Awards click here.