TFS’ in-house QA App wins at prestigious IMAGES Retail Technology Awards 2017

TFS’ in-house QA App wins at prestigious IMAGES Retail Technology Awards 2017

TFS (Travel Food Services) was conferred the IMAGES Most Admired Retailer of the year: Technology Innovation in the more than 50 crore category. The IMAGES Retail Technology Awards which were held in Mumbai on September 19, 2017, celebrated some of India’s most outstanding achievements in retail and honored excellence in digital innovation and implementation in the retail industry. The categories were carefully designed to ensure that not a single out-of-the box idea went unnoticed. The awards have been rolled out with a focus on the following key aspect of retail operation – customer experience, innovation and excellence in operations.

Speaking on the win, Gaurav Dewan, Chief Operating Officer & Business Head, TFS – Travel Food Services said, “It’s an honor to receive this prestigious award. The award recognizes TFS’s significant contribution to Technology Innovation. Our endeavor has always been to facilitate breakthrough services. The Images Retail Technology Awards creates high levels of motivation and zeal at TFS to continue to perform, strive for excellence and be leaders in the travel and tourism industry.”

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