Acacia Facilities Management has been named as one of Ireland’s Best Managed Companies again in 2022

by | Sep 10, 2021 | Awards, Facilities Management, Featured

We are delighted to have been recognised by Deloitte as one of Ireland’s best managed companies in 2022.  This award recognises the dedication, hard work and adaptability of all employees of Acacia. Acacia are second time winners of this prestigious award, which was held at the Convention Centre in Dublin on Thursday, 29th September. The standard of entries was exceptionally high this year.  Entrants for the awards were evaluated on their culture, capabilities, and strategy. Acacia has been recognised as an organisation that works tirelessly to develop and continuously improve our management systems and service offerings.

As an independent facilities management company, we are dedicated to providing the best workplace experiences possible to our clients through the services that we offer. Acacia’s supply chain is a key ingredient in our success, and we recognise the significant part that our supply partners play in delivering exceptional facilities and workplace services for our clients. We have also received support from external advisors over the years (you know who you are) and from Enterprise Ireland who have assisted us with the development of our software platform Azolla Software.

David O’Brien, Managing Director said: “We are delighted to have retained this award and to have been recognised by Deloitte, and the judging panel of business leaders, as one of Ireland’s best managed companies in 2022. As a second time winner of the award, Acacia had to demonstrate that it had continued to develop across all aspects of its business as well as delivering against its strategic plan. This award is a recognition of the dedication and hard work of everyone across all divisions within Acacia; you should be very proud of what we have achieved together over the last thirteen years.”





Brian Murphy, Lead Partner for Ireland’s Best Managed Companies Awards Programme at Deloitte Ireland said: “Year-on-year we’re impressed by the businesses that qualify and requalify for our Best Managed Companies Awards and in another uncertain year, the entries continued to raise the bar. Despite the challenges these businesses faced, the management teams of the winning companies have embraced new opportunities for innovation and growth, offering best-in-class products and services to their customers and retaining their competitive advantage in a world that is ever-changing.”

About the Deloitte Ireland’s Best Managed Company Award:

The Ireland’s Best Managed Companies awards programme is led by Deloitte Ireland, in association with Bank of Ireland. The network comprises 136 companies, with a combined turnover of €13.9 billion and employs a total of 51,000 people.

Now entering it’s fourteenth year, the programme represents all counties across the island of Ireland, ranging in sectors from retail and hospitality to manufacturing and construction. Over the last number of years, a large number of winning companies within the technology sector have entered the programme.

Ireland’s Best Managed Companies Awards programme promotes and recognises excellence in Irish/Northern Irish owned and managed companies and is the only awards scheme on the island of Ireland that considers business performance from every perspective. Entrants to the programme compete for the designation in a rigorous process that evaluates the calibre of their management abilities and practices in addition to the strategy, capability, innovation, culture and financial performance of their companies.







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