Valocity announced as Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards finalist

Valocity Global’s cloud based mortgage valuation platform has been recognised as a finalist in this year’s Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards in the Azure Innovation category.

Valocity is proud to partner with Microsoft and delighted to be announced as a finalist among so many technology leaders.  The Azure Innovation category is hotly contested and we congratulate all the other finalists.

Valocity, like Microsoft is Partner driven.  It’s the support of our clients, ecosystem and technology community that creates our platform strength, global opportunity and the courage to innovate beyond borders.

Founder and Global CEO, Carmen Vicelich says, “It’s a wonderful accolade for the Valocity team to be recognized for their ongoing innovation and passion to transform the mortgage and valuation process through technology and data.   Valocity’s cloud based modular platform is delivering many global firsts so it’s tremendous to receive recognition as a finalist at such a prestigious award.”

Carmen is also a finalist in this years Women of Influence Awards and will be in India to attend the 2019 India Fintech Awards in November where Valocity is a top 20 finalist, from 350 international entries across 10 different countries.

Sarah Bowden, One Commercial Partner Director for Microsoft New Zealand, says she is delighted with the strength of this year’s entries and the mix of partners who have put their names forward.

“This year’s Partner Awards are shaping up to be one of the most exciting yet, with a number of partners entering for the first time. We’ve seen a really pleasing mix of entries from long-standing and new partners, highlighting the diverse range of amazing work that’s going on across our partner network.”

Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in Auckland on 17 October, 2019. Further information on the awards, including how to purchase tickets to the ceremony, is available at msnzpartnerawards.co.nz.

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