DUBLIN, IRELAND — (November 9, 2017): Cora Systems, a leading provider of enterprise project and portfolio management solutions, announces today that it has been shortlisted for the “Digital Technology Services Project of the Year” award for the 2017 Technology Ireland Software Awards. It has been nominated for its work with Honeywell Building Solutions.
Honeywell Building Solutions, which chose Cora Systems as the best fit after evaluating 30 different vendors, is using ProjectVision (Cora’s flagship product) for financial control, document management and the consolidation of disparate systems across dozens of global sites. The solution enables Honeywell’s project managers, who manage approximately 26,000 live projects every day, to work from a single platform and with a standard methodology across the organisation.
“Cora gives us a single version of the truth. We’ve got 47 countries in which we work, with about 10,000-12,000 people in our part of Honeywell, which is only one part of Honeywell. We’re a $4 billion organisation. We have in the region of 26,000 live projects every day. Cora has insight into all of these projects. If it’s a live delivery project, for example, or a sales project, where it’s at opportunity stage. Every single one of those projects is now brought into Cora,” said Phil Howe, Project Management Excellence Leader – Europe, Honeywell Building Solutions.
Cora Systems has been shortlisted for its “Digital Technology Services Project” category along with Idiro Analytics, Aspire Technology, Sonalake and Etain Software. The winners of this year’s awards will be announced at the annual awards event on November 24 in the Mansion House, Dublin. The keynote speaker for the awards is Barry Lowry, Government CIO and MC for the evening is Darragh Maloney, RTE sports broadcaster.
“It’s a great honour to be shortlisted for this year’s Technology Ireland Software Awards. It’s an endorsement for the work we’re doing at Cora Systems and personally, I’m delighted to see we’re getting recognition for innovation on the Honeywell Building Solutions implementation. It’s a massive project for us, and we’ve achieved some great results with them, particularly around tightening deviation and forecasting,” said Philip Martin, CEO, Cora Systems.
“The indigenous software and digital technology sector is Ireland’s fastest growing export sector. Looking at this year’s awards entrants we can see the depth of quality and talent making this happen. More than 70 technology companies and organisations from across Ireland entered this year’s awards and it is the tireless efforts of all in these companies and beyond that are turning Ireland into a global technology powerhouse,” said Paul Sweetman, Director, Technology Ireland.
About Technology Ireland
Technology Ireland is the leading representative body for the technology sector in Ireland and is the authoritative voice driving effective change for the sector. By forging close working relationships with government departments, state agencies, and governing bodies, the Association ensures the united voice of the Irish technology sector is clearly communicated to the relevant stakeholders and policymakers. For more information, visit: www.technology-ireland.ie.
About Cora Systems
Cora Systems provides enterprise project and portfolio management solutions and services to government agencies and large-scale global organizations, including life sciences, healthcare, and engineering & construction. Every day, thousands of project managers across the world use the Cora platform to manage their portfolio of projects, totaling over $10 billion in value, across multiple locations, dozens of countries and thousands of users. Headquartered in Ireland and with regional offices in Washington DC and London (UK), Cora’s client roster includes Allergan, BT, City of London, Honeywell Building Solutions, Teleflex and the UK’s National Health Service. For more information, visit www.corasystems.com.
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