Cordis Cleans up at the 2010 Cube Awards

Cube Awards

The judging of the 2010 Cube Awards was announced yesterday, and we're excited to say that we walked away the big winners. We won two awards, the first being the 'Best Public Sector Solution' for a system we developed at the V&A Museum.

The collections management system is responsible for over 4.5 million objects, organises over 30 exhibitions and a constant stream of loans from the V&A to other art institutions.

The Judges commented, "Museums are not often associated with elegance or sophisticated IT systems - so this jumps out because it is such a beautiful system which as a result is very clear, intuitive and easy to use."

We then went on to pick up the big award, 'Winner of Winners', further cementing our position as one of the world's leading FileMaker developers, with offices in both London and Melbourne.

"2010 has been a really good year for us, and these awards go towards supporting some of the changes we've made to our business. We're genuinely passionate about doing great work for all our clients, and appreciate the external recognition that these awards provide." said Dan Box, Managing Director.

"The simple and easy-to-use solution Cordis developed has helped us streamline our processes, and significantly improve the way we manage our exhibitions, all without the inconvenience of changing the technology that underpins it." remarked Rebecca Lim, Head of Exhibitions at the V&A.

The awards are designed to identify and celebrate the excellent and innovative work of FileMaker developers. The awards evaluate and reward entries on user experience, functionality and total value to the organisation. Open to developers of solutions across both private and public sectors, the scope of this year's awards was significantly increased with several new markets now eligible for entry including Ireland, South Africa, Spain, Portugal and Iceland.

Cordis are proud holders of the 'Winner of Winners' trophy for the second time.

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