GK Horizons have done it again with the company’s second award in as many years. Their first was Rookie of the Year in 2013, and in their second year of business, they earned themselves the Asia Pacific Partner of the Year Award for 2014. Matthew and Martin travelled to Dallas, Texas to attend the Adaptive Insights World Partner Summit in January 2015 at which they presented with the award.
The directors at GK Horizons, Matthew Grove and Martin Kudlik chose to partner with Adaptive Insights because they felt customers would love it. The financial planning and analysis process should not be a laborious and costly activity. Adaptive Insights takes the complexity and the cost out of the planning process with its easy-to-use, cloud based budgeting and forecasting software.
“Our growth and success to date has been very pleasing to both Martin and I” said Matthew, Director of Business Development. “Receiving the recognition from Adaptive highlights our customer service and project delivery capability”. “Moving budgeting and forecasting, consolidation and business intelligence to a cloud based solution, will make life easier for those in finance, It and the entire business.”
“The delivery team have done an amazing job with every single customer,” said Martin, Director of Professional Services. “This award is a reflection of the hard work and commitment they have contributed.”
GK Horizons started implementing locally to those in New South Wales towards the end of 2013, and expanded rapidly to South Australia, New Zealand, and Indonesia, with more and more enterprise size companies becoming part of their customer list. These include Coca-Cola Amatil, Cochlear, Argenta, Comvita, Yalumba Wines, as well as Hill Laboratories and Engineers Australia.
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Keith Nealon (President, Adaptive Insights), Martin Kudlik, Matthew Grove and Rob Hull (Founder and Chairman, Adaptive Insights)