ICC Community Development Solutions receives Laserfiche award
ICC Community Development Solutions is recognized with award for achieving record sales in 2021
ICC Community Development Solutions (ICC CDS) was presented with the prestigious President’s Award at the annual 2022 Laserfiche Winners’ Circle meeting on Feb. 26, 2022, in Carlsbad, California. ICC Community Development Solutions was recognized as the channel partner who achieved the highest total net new revenue from midsize private- or public-sector organizations with 500 or more employees.
“We were very grateful to be honored at the Winner’s Circle program this year,” said ICC CDS General Manager Dan Foster. “It is a testament to the work our entire team does to help customers realize the tremendous benefits of digitizing records and automating business processes within their operations. We appreciate our customers and the trust they put in us and look forward to continued growth with Laserfiche in the coming years.”
ICC Community Development Solutions was also recognized as a Silver Level Sales Organization for over $2 million in Laserfiche revenue for the second year in a row. This follows last year’s Laserfiche recognition with the Customer’s Choice Award for highest customer retention for solution providers with more than 500 Laserfiche accounts.
“The Code Council family of solutions is dedicated to providing advanced digital solutions to building safety professionals,” said International Code Council Chief Executive Officer Dominic Sims, CBO. “We commend the exceptional customer service that ICC CDS continues to provide to our customers and appreciate their contributions to the Code Council’s ongoing digital transformation.”
Laserfiche is the leading global software provider for communities looking to automate, integrate, and streamline business processes and content management. The software allows users to eliminate paper, optimize costs and power innovation. In 2021, ICC CDS installed or enhanced Laserfiche systems in 12 counties; 25 cities; 48 towns, townships, boroughs and villages; 10 organizations; and the Pennsylvania State Senate.