The Burlington Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Gala was held on April 7 at the Burlington Convention Centre. The annual event celebrates Burlington's business excellence finalists and award winners including Adlib who won the coveted Burlington Economic Development Commission Export Award that was presented by the BEDC, Tourism Burlington and Mayor Rick Goldring.
As a Burlington-based business for the past 15 years, Adlib has attracted talent from around the world with its reputation for customer experience excellence, software innovation and supportive and passionate work environment. Working with partners around the globe, the company delivers content management solutions to organizations in the Energy, Life Sciences, Insurance and Banking sectors, among others, helping them to unlock the value in their content and achieve Information Governance goals.
“We are proud to be honoured by the Burlington community with this award,” said Scott Mackey, VP, Customer Success at Adlib. “This community is a fundamental part of our culture and attracts the top talent that enables us to build and deliver world-class products and customer experience to global markets.”
In addition to working with international partners and customers to evolve the content management industry and support enterprise information governance efforts, year after year Adlib has participated locally in the Ride to Conquer Cancer, a 200km, two-day cycling event to raise funds for cancer research. The Ride spans much of southwestern Ontario, with Burlington being the mid-way point. Last year the company raised more than $50,000 and 20% of the company participated in the Ride. Community, environment and health remains at the core of the company’s culture.
As the global leader in Advanced Rendering, Adlib helps organizations in the Energy, Life Sciences, Insurance and Banking sectors, among others, enhance document-centric processes by unlocking the value in unstructured content. Integrating with key business tools, Adlib’s sophisticated data extraction and classification approach enables improved compliance, customer experience, collaboration and the long-term digital preservation of critical business information.
Supporting business development in Burlington, Ontario, the Burlington Economic Development Commission provides an array of services to encourage the business community in the city, including seminars and workshops, investment support and market analysis.