Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) November 21, 2015
In celebrating the 16th annual Burnaby Business Excellence Awards, Burnaby Board of Trade took the night to recognize the outstanding success and positive impact local organizations and companies have had on the Canadian community – in which Clio became one of the big winners of the night.
Reflecting rapid and sustained growth, plus their contribution to both the legal and tech start-up scene in North America, Clio was nominated for awards in three of the nine categories acknowledging outstanding business success.
COO Rian Gauvreau brought home the Business of the Year award to HQ, as CEO and co-founder Jack Newton was awarded Business Person of the Year. These big wins stimulate and encourage more of the innovative steps and customer-focused moves Clio has made as a growing company over the last seven years.
Check out more information on the awards night, other winners and community successes at the Burnaby Board of Trade Website (http://bbot.ca/clio-big-winners-burnaby-business-excellence-awards/)
About the Burnaby Business Excellence Awards
The Burnaby Business Excellence awards is an award initiative of the Burnaby Board of Trade and the City of Burnaby which honours and celebrates businesses, entrepreneurs and not-for-profit organizations for their contributions to the local economy and community.
Now in its 16th year, the BBEAs represent the highest business honour in Burnaby and the BBEA events, culminating in the annual awards gala, are the top business events in the city.
For more information on this year’s Burnaby Business Excellence Awards please visit: http://bbot.ca/programs/burnaby-business-excellence-awards/
Clio is the most comprehensive cloud-based practice management platform for the legal industry. Produced with the cooperation and advice of Bar Associations and Law Societies worldwide, Clio is web-enabled, mobile-friendly, and built specifically for the legal profession. It delivers all the tools modern law firms need to run a successful practice: calendaring, time tracking, note-taking, document management, task management, legal accounting, bookkeeping, and billing.
Through the power of cloud computing, Clio eases the process of time tracking, billing, administration, and collaboration for law firms of all sizes. Clio also integrates seamlessly with other popular applications such as email, Google Apps, and Dropbox. As more and more legal professionals use Clio to save time and work more efficiently, Clio continues to evolve and innovate using digital technology to help update and improve legal practices, saving thousands of lawyers millions of hours around the globe.
Founded in 2007 by Jack Newton and Rian Gauvreau, and headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Clio employs over 120 employees and has opened offices in Toronto, Canada and Dublin, Ireland. Learn more at http://www.clio.com