At the 7th edition of Q-Day Conference, which took place at Culturgest on 24th September, Quidgest rewarded the best organizational management projects that added value to its solutions.
The Co-Innovation Awards, that celebrate its 4th edition this year, intend to make known the best practices of organizational management projects that have contributed for the improvement of Quidgest solutions. Through this distinction the company pretends to present to the market examples of what are the best practices and also the way how new technologies and sharing values can influence the entrepreneurial development and the processes optimization.
Quidgest faces the software development as a continuous, evolutionary and customized practice. Every project is seen as a new opportunity to integrate knowledge. Therefore, João Paulo Carvalho, senior partner of Quidgest, considers that “rewarding the best practices of strategic management of any organization is a duty, not only entrepreneurial but also social, including politicians”.
At this 4th edition of the Co-Innovation Awards were recognized several projects, such as the public as the entrepreneurial sectors. The focus of these awards is on how technology helps the companies to reach their business goals.
Below you can see the full list of all the entities recognized by Quidgest: Comissão de Coordenação e Desenvolvimento Regional de Lisboa e Vale do Tejo, a Sociedade Gestora de Fundos de Investimento Imobiliário S.A. do Grupo Novo Banco, o Instituto de Emprego e Formação Profissional (IEFP, I.P.), a QI – Mediação de Seguros Lda., o Banco do Brasil, os Serviços Sociais da Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, o Instituto Português do Desporto e da Juventude, I.P. (IPDJ, I.P.), a Cooperativa António Sérgio para a Economia Social (CASES), a Fundação INATEL, a Espaço Municipal – Renovação Urbana e Gestão do Património, E.M. S.A. e o Exército Português.