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CarFinance 247 has been awarded Digital Team of the Year at the national Digital Entrepreneur Awards 2015
This is the company’s seventh award for excellence this year and earlier this month the company’s managing director Reg Rix was presented with the much coveted title ‘Digital Entrepreneur of the Year’ by leading business title EN.
The Palace Hotel in Manchester played host to the glamorous event where some the country’s most successful businesses came together to be recognised for their digital achievements. Judges included CEO of Ann Summers/Knickerbox, Jacqueline Gold and Lawerence Jones, CEO UKFast.
CarFinance 247 saw off stiff competition from the BBC to take Digital Team of the Year in the medium to large business category. The award celebrates individual departments or teams who are pushing their businesses forward through the development of outstanding digital or technology-related projects. Technology director Jonathan Wilson was there to collect the award.
CarFinance 247 is now the most visited car finance site in the UK. Digital technologies developed by the online specialist not only deliver an exceptional customer experience they have helped the firm improve efficiencies internally and when working with partners.
Managing director at CarFinance 247, Reg Rix, said: “This award is for the talented team of people that we have in our business. It is a recognition of how hard they work every day to achieve the kind of quality digital service that keeps us the number one site in our industry – it is an example of true excellence and we are thrilled to receive it.”
These customers are real CarFinance 247 customers. They were invited to become a celebrity for a day, taking part in photoshoots and telling us all about their CarFinance 247 experience, and they were paid for doing so.
Borrowing £7,500 over 4 years with a representative APR of 25.4%, an annual interest rate of 25.4% (Fixed) and a deposit of £0.00, the amount payable would be £239.77 per month, with a total cost of credit of £4,008.96 and a total amount payable of £11,508.96.
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