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Qvalia announces “The Worst Customer of the Year”

For many companies the annual accounting process is now complete and we hope that 2015 proved to be a productive year, both in terms of results and the development of effective working procedures. The prize for “Worst Customer of the Year” is awarded to one of our customers in recognition of having most improved their financial procedures during the course of the year, therefore providing us with the least work to do – and claiming the accolade as our worst client.
Qvalia specialise in transaction analysis, with a clear focus on identifying capital leakage while at the same time assuring the quality of our customers’ ledgers. We provide our services on a commission basis.
This year’s prize goes to a mass transit company that during the financial year 2014/15 achieved a turnover of somewhere in the region of SEK 7.5 billion.
Worst Customer of the Year 2015
This year’s winner has been a client of Qvalia since 2008, during which time we have been able to carry our four Recovery projects. It is our pleasure to state that this client has continually improved their procedures, as can be seen in the sharp decline in the frequency of errors. An outstanding development for which we would like to congratulate the Nobina Group on their commitment to the highest levels of quality.

Nobina

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