Partnering success - new supplier recognition for Eploy
Eploy were awarded Bidcorp UK’s New Supplier of the Year 2023 alongside other supplier
nominations including MAN Truck & Bus UK Ltd, Aggreko & Volvo Trucks.
Sophie Farnsworth, Head of HR Projects, Bidfood shared why Eploy were chosen. “This year’s ‘New Supplier of the Year’ was nominated because of their commitment, patience and dedication to helping us transform our processes. They were clear front runners during our procurement process.
“From the very first engagement with the Eploy Team in the tender process, they demonstrated passion for delivering customer service. Their commitment to completing a seamless implementation was incredible and we continue to receive extremely positive feedback not only about the product but the support that Eploy provide.
“Eploy’s company culture reflects ours and every team member that we’ve worked with has gone above and beyond to make our lives as easy as possible. Nothing is too much to ask, they’ve been on hand consistently to support us. “The live pilot sites have been blown away andwe’ve received fantastic feedback. Whilst the system itself is incredible, what stood out to us is the service we’ve received from the very beginning and how quickly the Eploy team became an extension to the Bidfood Project Team.”
Chris Bogh, CTO at Eploy, commented, “To be recognised by a customer in this way gives us a
great sense of achievement. The Eploy team are committed to delivering over and above against customer expectations, it’s part of our culture. From the very first conversation with our Sales Team, all the way through the implementation process and followi
ng go-live with our customer success team and account management support, we differentiate ourselves with a focus on the most effective way to deliver against customer needs and their success. The Bidfood Team should be proud with what they have achieved and the opportunity they have to build on this success.”
You can read more about the Bidfood Recruitment Journey with Eploy in this case study: