Promerit can call itself a TOP CONSULTANT 2017. The company provided impressive proof of its qualities in the scientifically based customer survey conducted by the consultant comparison competition. During the award ceremony at the 4th Deutscher Mittelstands-Summit (“German SME Summit”) on Friday in Essen, TOP CONSULTANT mentor and former German President Christian Wulff congratulated founding partner and Board member Kai Anderson on the company’s success.
The digital transformation is also affecting SMEs. Many entrepreneurs have recognised the need for change and are looking for support from consulting companies. However, small and medium-sized companies have particular needs when it comes to consulting and are deemed particularly critical with respect to external guides. The TOP CONSULTANT Award rewards consultants that have demonstrated outstanding work for their customers and serves as an orientation aid for SMEs. The award makes use of the most important assessment criterion: the verdict of customers.
A total of 30 reference customers of the HR and transformation consulting company Promerit took part in the scientifically conducted survey. Their assessment was that Promerit offers consulting services at eye level with innovative strategies and individual solutions. The consulting company was therefore awarded the title ‘TOP CONSULTANT 2017’ in front of about 1000 guests during the Deutsche Mittelstands-Summit on 23 June in Essen.
‘At Promerit we have a simple mission: we aim to change companies through good people management. We want to support them with strategic challenges and to make them more competitive and agile. For us, people are the focus at all times – and we are delighted to receive proof once again via the TOP CONSULTANT Award that we are on exactly the right track’, comments Kai Anderson, founding partner and Board member at Promerit AG.
Promerit has been helping organisations and people to develop since 1999. Through technology, expertise, and a great deal of passion, around 120 experts at locations in Frankfurt am Main, Munich, Zurich, and Győr support companies and HR departments with the successful digitisation and transformation of business and HR. ‘We believe in people management. As we see it, it is employees’ commitment and enthusiasm that makes it possible to implement digitisation, stay ahead of the competition, and realise agile and effective strategies. This is true irrespective of whether a company has 300 staff in one location or 50,000 spread around the world’, remarks Anderson.