Best Practice company of the year is decided

Microlease has been presented with the Company of the Year Award for Best Practices in Global Test and Measurement Rental and Leasing Services at Frost & Sullivan’s annual Growth, Innovation and Leadership awards ceremony in London. 

The awards programme recognises companies that have demonstrated a unique approach toward doing business in their respective markets. Microlease was named the recipient of the Company of the Year award after judges benchmarked its growth strategy, implementation and leadership in customer value against key competitors. In particular, the Frost & Sullivan best practice team identified the provision of asset management services as the key differentiator for Microlease.

“Microlease is more than a provider of rental and leasing services for test equipment,” commented Jessy Cavazos, industry director at Frost & Sullivan. “It aims to be a total solution provider for customers and, to that end, sells second-hand test equipment, distributes new test equipment, and provides asset management services to customers globally in addition to offering rental and leasing services.”

“At Microlease we strive to ensure our customers realise the value of the equipment and services in which they invest, to help them capitalise on business opportunities as they arise. We aim to give our worldwide customer base a real choice and provide them with services that exactly meet their requirements and help them manage their assets effectively,” said Nigel Brown, Microlease CEO. “We are delighted that Frost & Sullivan has recognised our growth strategy, and we will continue to drive innovation in our industry and help our customers use equipment efficiently.” 

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