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Third Constantinus International Award awarded in Johannesburg, South Africa

Third Constantinus International Award awarded in Johannesburg, South Africa
Austrian Chairman Alfred Harl: “The Austrian Constantinus Award is a worldwide success story”

The “Constantinus International Award” was awarded for the third time to the worlds’ best IT and Consulting projects at the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI) congress on September 27th in Johannesburg, South Africa. Every year the Constantinus International Award invites consultants from all over the world to submit projects with exceptional customer value. “The Austrian Consulting Award continues its worldwide success story and is already an established quality seal for knowledge based services all over the world”, says Alfred Harl, Chairman of the Austrian Professional Association of Management Consultancy and Information Technology. The European Constantinus Award has also been awarded for the first time this year in Rome.

Constantinus International Award Ceremony in South Africa
Even as a very young award, the Constantinus International Award is already a much sought-after decoration for outstanding consulting performances. At an event of the Austrian Business Chamber the South African interior minister, Naledi Pandor, also argued for excellent quality and sustainable industry goals. Austrian Chairman Alfred Harl: “The Constantinus International Award does not only display the best players of the IT and Consulting industry, it also shows the importance of the ICT industry. Naledi Pandor und me are both convinced, that a clear ICT strategy and a responsible on government level are necessary to secure the future of our business locations.”

Gold and Silver Awards go to Hungary
The Constantinus International Award Ceremony takes place in a different country every year, this year the place to be was Johannesburg. The gold and silver Awards were presented to the winners from Hungary and Great Britain by the ICMCI President Franceso d’Aprile, the Austrian Economy Delegate Johannes Brunner and Austrian Chairman Alfred Harl. The gold medal went to the Hungarian consulting company Vialto Consulting for improving the statistic capacities of the Turkish agricultural ministry. Vialto Consulting also achieved the silver medal for the consultancy of the Macedonian ministry of interior and was the winner of the evening. The second silver medal went to the British consulting company Beech Consultancy for consulting the North Lincolnshire Council on the social services for adults. Further submissions were handed in by China, Taiwan, Slovenia and Austria.

Participant: Vialto Consulting (Hungary)
Client: Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, Turkey
Project: Technical Assistance and Data Collection for Strengthening the Statistical Capacity of MFAL

Participant: Vialto Consulting (Hungary)
Client: Ministry of Interior, Republic of Macedonia
Project: Technical Assistance for the Implementation of TETRA Phase-2

Participant: The Beech Consultancy (United Kingdom)
Client: North Lincolnshire Council – Adult Social Services 
Project: Adult Social Services Transformation Pathway

Picture 1: Alfred Harl, Naledi Pandor, Johannes Brunner

Picture 2: Robert Bodenstein (ICMCI Vice Chair), Gerd Prechtl, Winner Áron Nemes, Thomas Zilk (President Austrian Business Chamber), Johannes Brunner, Alfred Harl

Picture 3: Alfred Harl and Vialto Consulting

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