2024 FEM Americas EMMA’s Winner: Most Innovative Technology

We are thrilled to announce that we have been named the winners of the most innovative technology in assignee management for the Equus platform at the 2024 The Forum for Expatriate Management Americas Summit! This recognition is a true honor and a testament to our commitment to meeting the evolving needs of our customers. At our core, we are dedicated to delivering cutting-edge solutions to industry challenges and pushing the boundaries of technology. Thank you to everyone who has supported us on this journey. Keep reading to learn more about the this award this years summit.

On Thursday May 23rd, 2024 Equus Software was announced as the winner of this year’s Most Innovative Use of Technology in Global Mobility – Assignee Management award at a glamorous 1920s-themed black-tie dinner and ceremony at The Warwick Melrose, Dallas.

Guests dressed in 1920s outfits in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Warwick Melrose and the event was elegantly presented hosted by voice-over actor (and former mobility professional) Paul Hardoin.



The FEM EMMAs are the premier awards for the global mobility and International HR industry and on Thursday night, following a very engaging two-day Summit, key figures, leaders and companies gathered together in the elegant Turtle Creek Ballroom, at The Warwick Melrose, uptown Dallas to celebrate the brightest and best in the Americas region.

Claire Tennant-Scull, Global Director at FEM said:
“It’s so good to celebrate all the achievements and hard-work of the teams, individuals and suppliers in this amazing industry. The FEM EMMAs remain the gold standard awards for global mobility and international HR. They are the only truly global, yet region-specific awards with the greatest breadth of categories for both corporate professionals and service providers. This year, I was thrilled to see a record number of Americas EMMAs entries – but more importantly – the quality has taken another leap forward. Although I don’t take part in the judging of the entries, I do read all the entries several times over and after 8 years at FEM, having read 1,000s of EMMAs entries in that time, I still regard it as a great privilege and am consistently surprised and delighted to discover all the innovative, creative work that is being done in all areas of the industry. So as we all know, Global Mobility is an extremely demanding discipline and to excel in such a demanding role and among fierce competition is not easy, and so any individual or organization who makes it onto the Shortlist is to be congratulated.”

“EMMAs entries are always rigorously judged by a team of fiercely impartial, highly experienced, senior figures in the industry and academia, who are drawn from a range of disciplines across the Americas region and who give up their own free time to carry out a very thorough and demanding process. So these awards carry tremendous kudos. It’s so important to receive recognition among your peers for innovation and hard work and so I think the winners and all those on the shortlist should feel extremely proud.”

“This year, we were fortunate to have more than 50 judges to assess the entries and they were pleased to see that alongside the well-established EMMAs entrants, we also received submissions from individuals and companies who have never taken part in the EMMAs before. It’s invigorating to have so many new faces at the awards and to see how the industry is developing and bringing on new talent. I think the results were very interesting and we were so pleased to receive such good feedback on many of the entries from the judges.”

This year the FEM EMMAs, saw entries across 22 categories, and the independent judging panel made up of 50+ industry experts and academics remarked on the extraordinarily high standard of the entries.

Judged against a strict set of criteria, the competition for this award was fierce. The judges commented on Equus Software’s entry:
“The quick implementation process from Equus is a real game-changer. Single source of data, elimination of siloes, and integration of vendors. This is so crucial. In addition, I love the use of AI to be able to answer questions quickly about a data set as these types of requests pop up often and typically drain man-power to manage.”

The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) is a real-world and online community for the global mobility and HR industry. Our mission is to distil best practice across regions, industries and functions while providing valuable networking opportunities for knowledge sharing and program support. Through our multi-platform of content and events we encourage dialogue and enable mobility professionals to unite, learn and grow. FEM holds annual Summits and EMMAs awards ceremonies in the Americas, APAC (Asia Pacific region) and EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) as well as Conferences in Amsterdam and Australia. FEM also has a worldwide network of Chapters.

Visit the FEM website to learn more: https://www.forum-expat-management.com/


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