CPS wins Small Employer Champion 2012 Award

CPS, a certified business transformation consultancy, is proud to announce that they have been presented with the Small Employer Champion 2012 Award at the Community Impact Bucks Showcase 2012 which took place on the 25th September.

Online PR News – 06-November-2012 – Marlow – The award recognises the work that CPS is carrying out as a company when it comes to working with communities and charities. It is part of CPS’ corporate vision values to actively contribute to society and staff members are encouraged to volunteer for a charity of their choice.

Laura Radcliffe, one of the CPS team who regularly contributes to a local charity explains;
‘Winning this award make us all very proud to work at CPS. The commitment the organisation has shown by allowing staff members to work with charities during office hours makes a real difference to the causes we support and the local community.’

Lucie Maldoom, Project Manager, Volunteer Workout, Community Impact Bucks’
‘Buckinghamshire is made up of small and micro companies and we recognise the implication of the time and effort made by these employers and their staff to give back to the local community’

For more information, please contact:
Laura Radcliffe
01628 895600

About CPS
CPS is an accredited and trusted provider of professional consultancy, technology and services.

CPS has been delivering joined-up solutions across all industry sectors since 1995 and we pride ourselves on building long-standing partnerships with our clients to deliver tangible, cost efficient business results. Our proven expertise has earned us a number of accreditations and seen us become one of the UK’s leading implementation specialists of Microsoft Project Server and Microsoft SharePoint.


About Community Impact
Community Impact Bucks is the Rural Community Council, Council for Voluntary Services and Volunteer Centre for Buckinghamshire.

Community Impact deliver comprehensive support and a strategic voice for the voluntary and community sector and rural communities across Buckinghamshire and rural Milton Keynes to ensure they are regarded as equal partners in the delivery of diverse services, responsive to the needs of communities and contributing to their success and well-being.