A Motherwell-based firm has bagged a top industry award for its customer service.
Crown House Technologies, a technology service provider, was awarded at a ceremony hosted by SELECT, the trade body for the electrotechnical industry in Scotland.
The award was presented by Jessica Rigby of sponsor Blue Sky Pensions at a gathering at the Radisson Blu in Glasgow City Centre on October 13.
Crown House Technologies (CHt) is an engineering enterprise which provide building services packages with communications, ICT and monitoring.
The ceremony was attended by a wide range of companies, from major electrical enterprises to local firms from across Scotland’s electrical sector.
Alan Wilson, head of membership and communications at SELECT, said: “Crown House Technologies lives by the rules and standards it sets for itself.
“It commits to quality outcomes for clients, and continually learns and improves what it does.
“It seeks mutually beneficial relationships to promote smarter engineering and installation methodologies that continually improve the built environment.”
Newell McGuiness, SELECT managing director, said:“The electrical sector is regarded as a predominantly technical industry and, of course, that is correct.
“However, member companies are increasingly embracing opportunities to provide outstanding service and to add value to the customer.
“This award goes to an innovative and exciting company which has shown outstanding customer care skills in understanding and meeting the demands of many different clients.
“In one particularly complex project, it managed to ensure that all of the customers were cared for on an individual basis, meeting and indeed exceeding the demands placed upon them.”
This was not the first major award for the company who won a hat-trick of prizes at the same award ceremony in 2015, 2013 and 2011.
Delighted Cameron Thomson, Crown House Technologies and Jessica Rigby from Blue Sky Pensions