PAR Springer-Miller Awarded Two Bronze Stevie Awards
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NEW HARTFORD, NY—PAR Springer-Miller, a subsidiary of PAR Technology Corporation, has received two Bronze Stevie Awards for their ATRIO Guest Experience Management Software.
The company was awarded in two separate categories: the Most Innovative Tech Company of the Year (Up to 2,500 Employees) and Tech Innovation of the Year (At Organizations With Up to 1,000 Employees) at The 11th Annual American Business Awards held on September 16 in San Francisco.
The American Business Awards represent the nation’s premier business awards program. All organizations operating in the U.S. may submit nominations—public and private, for-profit and non-profit, large and small.
Nicknamed the Stevies for the Greek word for “crowned,” winners received the trophies during a gala banquet on Monday, Sept. 16 at the Julia Morgan Ballroom in San Francisco. More than 250 nominees and their guests attended the event.
More than 3,200 nominations from organizations of all sizes and from virtually every industry submitted nominations this year for consideration in a wide range of categories, including Most Innovative Company of the Year, Management Team of the Year, Best New Product or Service of the Year, Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year and Executive of the Year.
PAR Springer-Miller and ATRIO received nominations for Moving Hospitality to the Cloud in both the Most Innovative Tech Company of the Year (up to 2,500 Employees category) and Tech Innovation of the Year (at Organizations With Up to 1,000 Employees) category.
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