MORRIS PLAINS, NJ, September 12, 2019 – Weichert Workforce Mobility, one of the world’s leading providers of talent mobility solutions, announced that its mobility management platform, MyWIN, was named “Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility” at the Forum for Expatriate Management’s (FEM) APAC EMMA Awards, which recognize the top companies, technologies and products in global mobility and international HR. The winners were announced at a gala ceremony during FEM’s APAC Summit in Singapore.
Attracting entrants from across the globe, this year’s APAC EMMA nominations were evaluated by an independent judging panel of senior HR and mobility professionals from such companies as Boeing, Avery Dennison, Kantar, Dyson, Schneider Electric and Qantas Airways.
MyWIN was selected from a shortlist of eight finalists for, according to the judging panel, “addressing key needs within the global mobility market, displaying comprehensive functionality, being user-friendly and significantly optimizing costs.” As one judge commented, “Weichert has produced a technology solution that brings simple, easy to use applications to the complex world of global business.”
This is the second major honor that MyWIN has earned since the launch of its latest version, which boasts a number of valuable enhancements for HR managers and mobile employees. In May 2019, the system was voted “industry’s best technology” in Trippel Research’s Seventeenth Annual Relocation Managers Survey.
“Part of our commitment to propelling mobility is delivering technology solutions that anticipate and resolve customer needs, offer tangible cost savings and efficiencies and, most importantly, advance the customer experience,” said Stewart McCardle, Weichert’s SVP, Technology.
“Winning the APAC EMMA for Most Innovative Use of Technology is proof that MyWIN is making a difference, and we look forward to continuing to develop tools that modernize mobility.”
“The EMMAs are the only truly global yet region-specific industry awards, and the ultimate recognition of excellence for both corporate professionals and service providers,” said Claire Tennant-Scull, Global Director of Content at FEM. “EMMAs entries are rigorously judged by a team of fiercely impartial, highly experienced senior figures in the industry, who are drawn from a range of disciplines across the APAC region and who give up their own free time to carry out a very thorough and demanding process. Weichert should feel extremely proud of this achievement.”