Cora Systems Wins CIPD “Workplace Wellbeing” 2021 Award

Media Release: DUBLIN, IRELAND — (26 February  2021):
Cora Systems, a leading provider of enterprise project and portfolio management solutions, was named as the recipient of the “Embedding a Culture of Workplace Wellbeing” Award (SME category) at this year’s prestigious CIPD Ireland human resources awards. The prize winners were revealed during a digital ceremony.

CIPD is the professional body that represents the HR industry in Ireland. Cora Systems came out on top following a competitive, two-round judging process overseen by Professor Bill Roche, Full Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, School of Business, UCD.

The judging panel noted that Cora Systems’ Wellness Team took a “purposeful and focused” approach to implementing their wellness culture, adding that the team was “deliberate and intentional in doing something that mattered to staff”. They also remarked that there was a very clear link between wellbeing and the customer impact within Cora Systems.

Speaking following the announcement, Vincent Reynolds, Head of HR, Cora Systems, said: “It is a great validation of the steps we are taking to create wellbeing in our company, especially in light of the tough year we have all just come through due to Covid-19. We had been doing wellbeing informally before, but now we approach it in a more structured manner. CIPD Ireland’s recognition of our efforts will spur us on to an even greater focus on workplace wellbeing for the future.”


About CIPD Ireland
CIPD is a global professional body for HR and people development. For more than 100 years, it has been championing better work and working lives by setting professional standards for HR and people development, as well as driving positive change in the world of work. It includes 6,000 members in Ireland and more than 150,000 members around the world. For more information, visit:

About Cora Systems
Cora Systems is a worldwide leader in providing enterprise project and portfolio management solutions to global organizations and government agencies. It helps its clients manage large-scale programs and portfolios of projects, giving project managers and C-level execs the control, governance, and insight to make better decisions. Every day, over $20 billion worth of projects are managed on this platform, supporting hundreds of thousands of users across multiple locations in over 50 countries around the globe. Headquartered in Ireland and with regional offices in San Jose (CA, USA), Dublin (Ire), and Bedford (UK), Cora Systems’ client roster includes Allergan Pharmaceuticals, BT, City of London, Honeywell Building Solutions, and the UK’s National Health Service, in addition to powering the largest transformation program in the history of Irish state at Health Service Executive. For more information on current career opportunities, visit

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