- G&P, a leading quality management provider, wins Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Awards 2022
- G&P wins Excellence in Technology & Innovation category
- QTrak IT system central to company’s quality management growth and success
An Excellence in Technology & Innovation category win within the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Awards 2022 is being celebrated by leading quality management experts G&P.
Technology and innovation are fundamental pillars of G&P’s business which are bringing strong growth, together with personnel development and overseas expansion, for the Fort Dunlop-based business. Central to this is QTrak, its market-leading, proprietary quality management IT system that provides real time data, enabling fast and informed decisions to identify issues, drive back to root cause and eradicate the disruption. This incredibly powerful technology allows G&P and its manufacturing customers to maintain the highest quality standards, while reducing costs and waste and protect brand reputation.
G&P group quality director, Simon Francis, commented:
“To win the Excellence in Technology & Innovation category of the prestigious GBCC Awards 2022 is a fantastic accomplishment for everyone at G&P, and underlines how effective our innovative QTrak system is in helping manufacturers and their suppliers achieve real quality management success. In addition, to win this award against eight other strong category contenders demonstrates the power of QTrak and its real-world benefits to users.
“G&P provides a full range of quality management services, together with specialist engineering and technical skills. We have ambitious growth plans which centre on developing the breadth of core sectors, including automotive, aerospace, defence and off-highway, together with expansion into adjacent services, by promoting the added value of our QTrak system. This award win is a fitting testament to its world-leading technological and innovative capabilities.”
Katrina Cooke, chief commercial officer and chair of the awards judging panel, added:
“The standard of entries this year was very high, shown through the 92 businesses shortlisted. Thank you to all of the businesses who took the time to enter into the awards. The amazing work of our region is a testament to the businesses who comprise it.”