Cartus has a long history of success when it comes to the Connecticut Quality Improvement Awards (CQIA), which are given annually to companies that demonstrate exceptional cost-saving and service-improvement projects. This year, Cartus is honored to receive 18 such awards — one gold and 17 silver — which add up to a grand total of 267 honors over the past 16 years.
Eighteen separate Cartus teams made up of 158 employees earned CQIA innovation prizes, including Cartus’ Gold Award-winning team, which was singled out for the creation of CartusMobile℠ — our revolutionary mobile app that earned Re:locate Magazine’s Creative Application of Technology award a few months ago.
Cartus’ Silver Award-winning innovations represented initiatives in finance, real estate, client services, and safety.
This year, the company has been honored not only by CQIA and Re:locate, but by other organizations, as well. Training Magazine ranked Cartus among the Top 125 companies for organizational development, marking the 11th consecutive year that Cartus has made the list. Also, the Forum for Expatriate Management sponsors an annual recognition program, the Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards (EMMAs), with one event in the United Kingdom and another in the United States. In London, Cartus garnered a highly commended accolade in the Relocation Management Company of the Year award category. The U.S. award applications are being considered now.
We’re proud to have the hard work and dedication of our employees recognized not only within Cartus, but also by groups as prestigious as these.
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