Key Security Group unlock 2 Regional Awards at the 2017 British chamber of Commerce Awards

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Key Security Group are delighted to announce they have been selected as the “Regional Winner” of the British Chambers of Commerce Business Award for the “Best Use of Technology”.

This award recognises organisations that have fully exploited the range of technology available to them to grow their business.

Entrants for this award must be able to demonstrate how they have used the power of technology to transform their business.

This award acknowledges the time and commitment shown by the team at Key Security Group in their tenth year anniversary year, for their contribution to the development of their bespoke Mobile Application and Management Portal known as PIR® Patrol – Inspect – Respond.

Group Managing Director Kieran Montgomery commented;

“After working tirelessly to develop and integrate PIR® into our business, it is overwhelming that the British Chambers of Commerce have selected us as the Regional Winner. The team and I look forward to celebrating this accolade at the awards night in London.

I’d like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the support of our development partner Scoped Solutions, and the patience and support of their team including Arron Redmond who has been excellent throughout”.

Nora Senior, President of the British Chambers of Commerce said:

“The Chamber Awards recognise and celebrate the contribution of businesses to their local community and the wider economy.

“As I travel around the UK, visiting businesses of all sizes, it is inspiring to see so many companies finding innovative ways to grow their business, which will in turn create jobs and wealth, and deliver economic prosperity.

Our Awards acknowledge the relentless efforts of these businesses and their talented employees”.

The national winners will be announced at the Chamber Business Awards Gala Dinner to be held on Thursday 30th November at the Brewery, London, where one national winner will be crowned Business of the Year.  

 
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