Citrix Innovation Award for Customers

As always, our customer finalists for the Citrix Innovation Award will be showcased at Citrix Synergy, May 23-25, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. Stay tuned for the announcement of finalists, coming in April, and be sure to cast your vote for your favorite video.

Congratulations to Arca Continental, winner of the 2016 Citrix Innovation Award!

2016 Winner and Finalists

Arca Continental (AC), Mexico

Arca Continental (AC) is a global beverage manufacturing and distribution company headquartered in Monterrey, Mexico. As one of the largest Coca-Cola bottlers in the world, AC uses Citrix solutions to seamlessly deliver business applications to more than 22,000 users across a diverse service area including Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina and the U.S. With distribution centers and warehouses that need to quickly and securely monitor the supply chain, AC leverages Citrix to increase operational speed and efficiency, while enabling a flexible IT platform to support continued growth and expansion.

Baloise Group, Switzerland

Baloise Group is an insurance holding company headquartered in Basel, Switzerland. The company employs approximately 7,400 employees across Europe and is one of the largest Swiss all-industry insurance providers for individuals and businesses. By using Citrix solutions, Baloise was able to create an IT infrastructure to support remote workers using a range of mobile devices, while securing client information. With the workforce transcending geographical and organizational borders, Baloise is lowering its carbon footprint while providing a rich user experience.

Action for Children, UK

Action for Children is a charity helping more than 300,000 children, young people, and parents through 650 projects across England. They are the leading UK provider of family and community centers, children's services in rural areas, services for disabled children and their families, and services for young people leaving care. Action for Children implemented a flexible, mobile IT environment for its employees.  This workplace transformation project has helped empower their 6,000 staff across 400 sites to spend more time with vulnerable children and families.