The Germany-based software company took home the top prize in the SME category. Celonis impressed a jury with its process mining technology, which distinguished it as an outstanding pioneering company that is transforming business and markets with its innovative power.
Accenture, EnBW, and the magazine Wirtschaftswoche annually award the German Innovation prize.
The organizers presented awards in the categories of large enterprises, medium-sized businesses and startups. In addition to new products and innovative business models, processes and services, organizational and marketing innovations are important as well. The jury presented the award to the winners on March 29, 2019 during a festive award ceremony at the Kesselhaus in Munich.
“We are very pleased to be recognized by the jury of the German Innovation Award for our Intelligent Business Cloud. Furthermore, we are proud to take home the coveted prize,” says Bastian Nominacher, Co-CEO and co-founder of Celonis. “This award is an award for our entire team and a nice confirmation of our work. With our technology, we provide companies of all industries and sizes with an innovative and powerful tool to increase their efficiency in all business processes. “
Celonis is a software company based in Munich and also New York. Its Intelligent Business Cloud is the key to a successful transformation for organizations across industries worldwide; enabling them to leverage process insights into concrete action options.
The underlying process mining technology makes it possible to comprehensively understand and improve all business processes. Employees can actively help shape the transition to greater communication and efficiency throughout the organization.