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Multi award winning Cintra HR & Payroll Services, a UK leader in flexible payroll and HR systems, is celebrating after picking up the award for Payroll/HR Software Product of the Year at the CIPP 9th Annual Payroll and Pensions Excellence Awards. 

Cintra HR & Payroll Services have been awarded The CIPP Payroll/HR Software Product of the Year 2012, adding to its huge portfolio of success and the second time that its software has been recognised this year.

The Awards ceremony, held on Thursday 4th October at The Celtic Manor Resort in Wales as part of the CIPP Annual Conference and Exhibition, saw a record number of attendees gather to acknowledge the best in the industry.

The award is designed to recognise state of the art software, backed by first rate customer support.  Cintra’s software is developed for and with its clients, helping them take advantage of the latest technology and make it a pleasure to use.

The judges were highly impressed by the client testimonials submitted in support of the application and Cintra clients gathered at the evening celebration to endorse the win.

Cintra’s Chief Executive and former EMBA student at Newcastle University Business School, Carsten Staehr commented: “We are absolutely overjoyed that our flagship product, Cintra iQ has achieved further recognition. 

"Our focus is, and always will be, keeping our customers at the heart of everything we do. Without them, the development of Cintra iQ would not be possible. The team at Cintra work extremely hard to develop market leading software, which is supported by dedicated, friendly and professional staff, for whom going the extra mile is second nature. 

"To have this recognised by an independent body, such as the CIPP gives important external validation to our efforts and adds to the ringing endorsements we receive from our clients.  The Award is testimony to the expertise and commitment of the fantastic Cintra ‘family’, of which I am immensely proud to be a part!”

published on: 15th October 2012