Newton Aycliffe-based Excelpoint has been shortlisted in the regional heat of the North-East Business Awards.
The software firm has made it to the final three of the Small Business category in the Sunderland and Durham heat of the annual regional competition, from over 25 nominees.
The Small Business Award category recognises small businesses of less than 75 members of staff.
Excelpoint managing director Ian Brown said: “We are so proud to be recognised by the North-East Business Awards.
“As a key player in the no-code software sector, we have supported companies across the region to streamline and automate their business processes.
“This is fantastic recognition for the company and our software platform, and importantly for the amazing team at Excelpoint who have all played an integral role in achieving success.”
The recognition has coincided with Excelpoint’s recent move into a new custom-designed state-of-the-art office within The Work Place on Aycliffe Business Park.
The move represented a significant milestone for Excelpoint with the new office space accommodating its growing team and enabling it to hire additional talent to continue to provide industry-leading support and service to its global clients.
Operating in the fourth industrial revolution, Excelpoint streamline and automate business processes, helping customers to realise efficiencies and significant cost-savings.
The firm has developed its software into a unique system-building platform that can be configured into scalable solutions, to deliver end-to-end enterprise-wide systems for customers, up to ten times faster than bespoke development projects.
The software is currently utilised across sectors including engineering, manufacturing, energy, the NHS, utilities and the nuclear sector, and is used by organisations of all sizes. Customers include the globally recognised brands of EDF Cyclife, Mitie, Minova Global, Wood, Anglian Water and Denholm Group.