IRIS Software Group is sponsoring the Employer of the Year Award


IRIS Software Group has been announced as the sponsor of the Employer of the Year category at the 2020 Amazon ScaleUp Awards, brought to you by the Business Leader Magazine.

IRIS helps over 80,000 businesses, schools and organisations by providing software solutions and services that substantially enhance operational compliance, efficiency and accuracy.

With over 40 years of experience, IRIS has developed considerable expertise in delivering the mission-critical software solutions specially designed with the needs of the accountancy, education, HR and payroll sectors in mind.

The awards celebrate the best of UK business and will take place on 20th March at the Hilton Park Lane in London. Comedian Tom Allen will be hosting the evening, which will bring together an audience of the UK’s leading entrepreneurs and business figures.

The category IRIS is sponsoring, Employer of the Year Award is open to businesses that showcase exceptional staff satisfaction and a true commitment to employee welfare.

The independent panel of judges are looking for evidence of initiatives that have increased employee engagement and benefit staff, as well as a clear company culture that is open and inclusive. Entrants should showcase positive leadership and management that inspire staff to success.

Stephanie Kelly, Chief People Officer at IRIS comments: “We are proud to sponsor this award as it’s close to our heart. It gives us the opportunity to recognise businesses who share our values of putting employees at the centre of everything we do. We are committed to engaging, rewarding and empowering our employees who help us to be the innovative, market-leading, and high-performing company we are today.”

Founder of the Amazon ScaleUp Awards Andrew Scott comments: “I am delighted to announce that IRIS Software Group is sponsoring the Employer of the Year Award at this year’s event. IRIS is empowered by its people and supports other businesses to do the same. Having IRIS attached to this award only adds to the prestige of being shortlisted.”