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ITWORX attains ‘Gold Supplier’ status

United Technologies Corp recognises IT solutions provider for exceptional commitment to delivering quality solutions

ITWORX attains ‘Gold Supplier’ status
Hamdy says achieving Supplier Gold status crowns 17 years of ITWorx commitment to UTC's success in the region.

Egypt-based ITWorx, a provider of business applications and cloud-based services, has been awarded "Supplier Gold" status by United Technologies Corp.

UTC considers its Supplier Gold Programme a key component of sustained supplier performance. The programme establishes four levels of supplier achievement with Gold as the highest standard.

According to UTC, supplier performance is an essential element of the company's strategy for developing a world-class, integrated supply chain.

To achieve this status, ITWorx was put to the test that required 12 months of zero quality rejections, 100% on-time delivery, above 6 out of 7 customer satisfaction score across all deliverables, and above 80% supplier health assessment score in all categories.

"Achieving Supplier Gold status crowns 17 years of ITWorx commitment to UTC's success," said Hafez Hamdy, ITWorx CEO. "While we're thrilled to have achieved this recognition, we're even more committed to continuous improvement and sustained engagement quality."

Achieving UTC Supplier Gold is an important distinction that brings UTC suppliers considerable benefits in the form of substantial improvements in operating performance, recognition across UTC through the Supply Management Council that is highly engaged in the Gold certification process, and a UTC commitment to grow its business with Gold suppliers.

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