Payroll provider Intelligo makes finals in ReWard Strategy Awards

Intelligo, the company behind the payroll solution MegaPay, has been shortlisted for the finals in seven categories of the prestigious ReWard Strategy Awards.

The seven categories are:

Best Employer Award

Crisis Management Award

Customer Service Award

In-house Team Award – MegaPay Outsourced Payroll Team

Payroll & HR Provider Award

Payroll and HR Software Product Award

Service Provider Team Award

Padraig Gill, Co-Founder and Director of Intelligo said, “We’ve received some phenomenal recognition this year for some incredible and prestigious awards including being finalists in the CIPP Awards, the GPA Awards, the Growing Business Awards and now, the ReWard Strategy Awards.  We were also delighted to win a silver award in the UK Customer Experience Awards earlier this year and ‘Highly Commended In-Country Payroll Provider’ award at the Global Payroll Awards. Our success is down entirely to the team here at Intelligo. I’m extremely proud of them all.

“Their hard work and dedication once again sits behind these phenomenal finalist positions and I hope their work is rewarded even further by a couple of awards wins. I’d also like to extend our congratulations to all the other ReWard Strategy Award finalists and wish them good luck on the night.”

The ReWard Strategy Awards will announce their winners on the 7th of December at the Hilton London Bankside.

Padraig Gill and John Kellegher founded Intelligo in 1996, developing a payroll solution, called MegaPay, specifically for companies with demanding/complex payroll requirements.  In 2007 Intelligo developed an outsourced payroll department, MegaPay Outsourced, in response to the global economic crash.

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