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Touchstone wins top industry award

Touchstone wins top industry award

Wednesday 14 May 2014

Touchstone wins top industry award

Touchstone was named Technology Vendor of the Year at the Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2014 held at London's The Grange Hotel in St Paul’s.

The annual event was attended by over 400 guests representing the top firms across the wealth management industry. The awards were voted on by industry peers as well as a panel of judges made up of industry practitioners.

Touchstone directors Jane McBrearty,  Adrian Akers and Graeme Ferguson collected the award. 

Touchstone Managing Director Peter Le Brocq said: “This is great news - last year we were runner up, but we’ve gone one better this year to reach top spot. My thanks go to all in the Touchstone team here in Jersey without whose hard work and enthusiasm this recognition would not be possible."

This award coincides with the recent rebrand of the of the company as well as the launch of its new system for the wealth management industry, NavOne. Built on the latest version of the Microsoft Dynamics NAV2013 R2 platform, the system offers clients a great user experience, driven by technology tailored to their exact needs.

Touchstone is a Microsoft Gold Partner, with competencies in Enterprise Resource Planning and Customer Relationship Management. The relationship with Microsoft means that clients can benefit from the highest level of innovation and a deep understanding of the Microsoft roadmap, as well as the support of Microsoft’s considerable Research & Development commitment to future-proof technology. With offices in in Jersey, the Channel Islands, and Sydney, Australia, Touchstone is the wealth management division, and a wholly owned subsidiary of the Touchstone Group, one of the largest suppliers of business software and consultancy services to mid-sized organisations.

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