Computacenter appoints AYMTM for staff recognition

Computacenter has appointed AYMTM to deliver a staff reward and recognition programme for its 4,000 employees.

Computacenter appoints AYMTM
Computacenter appoints AYMTM

AYMTM, which won the contract following a three-way pitch, will create a programme for Computacenter’s staff recognition awards called Excellence in Action.

AYMTM will deliver a web-based recognition tool, to deliver rewards including personalised cards, formal congratulations from line managers, and reward point accounts.

Colleagues and managers can also nominate individuals or teams that achieved the company’s goals.

The Excellence in Action site will also host the company’s long service awards, which will generate automatic reward points and certificates to staff on their employment anniversaries and alert line managers to deliver the reward.

AYMTM’s managing director Natalie Gunson said:  "We hope to continue to provide the latest technology and most comprehensive communication strategies to reach staff and impact the bottom line."

Computacenter’s transformation manager Robin Potton added: "We were impressed by AYMTM’s innovative solutions, creative application and dynamic enthusiasm."

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