triOS College Wins Canada's Best Managed Companies Award for Fifth Consecutive Year


Mississauga, ON (March 12th, 2015) - For five consecutive years, triOS College Business Technology Healthcare has proved its excellence in education and career training by winning the prestigious Canada’s Best Managed Companies (Best Managed) award for excellence in Canadian business.  Sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Queen’s School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums, the Best Managed award recognizes Canadian owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million for sustained growth, financial performance, management practices and the efforts of the entire organization.

“I would like to congratulate triOS College and its entire workforce. Achieving this standard of excellence takes a united effort from a dedicated team,” said Peter Brown, National Co-Leader of Canada’s Best Managed Companies Program and Senior Practice Partner, Deloitte.

The success of triOS rests on creating a structure that allows students to shine. Being a Career College, the programs are focused on the required skills graduates need in the workforce. The programs are shorter in duration which enables students to get back into the workforce quickly. triOS also focuses much of their attention on identifying the needs of local employers and building programs to fulfill those needs.

Established in 1993, Canada’s Best Managed Companies is one of the country’s leading business awards programs that recognizes Canadian companies that have implemented world-class business practices and created value in innovative ways. Applicants are evaluated by an independent judging panel on how they address various business challenges, including new technologies, globalization, brand management, leadership, leveraging and developing core competencies, designing information systems, and hiring the right talent to facilitate growth.

“triOS is a unique organization that prides itself on its ability to invest significantly in team building and employee advancement.  Our employee commitment to the success of our students permeates both our triOS College and Eastern College brands. Being named as a Best Managed company for a fifth year in a row validates that we are reaching our goal of improving lives by sharing our knowledge and passion for excellence,” said Frank Gerencser, Chairman & CEO of triOS College.

“CIBC celebrates the accomplishments of this year’s winners who have demonstrated the highest levels of business excellence,” said Jon Hountalas, Executive Vice-President, Business Banking, CIBC. “We applaud their ability to adapt to the changing marketplace and the evolving needs of their clients.”

2014 winners of the Canada’s Best Managed Companies award, along with the Gold Standard winners, Requalified and Platinum Club members will be honoured at the annual Canada’s Best Managed Companies gala in Toronto on March 31, 2015. On the same date, the symposium will address leading-edge business issues that are key to the success of today’s business leaders.

About Canada’s Best Managed Companies

Canada's Best Managed Companies continues to be the mark of excellence for Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $10 million. Every year since the launch of the program in 1993, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies have competed for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates their management skills and practices. The awards are granted on four levels: 1) Best Managed winner (one of the new winners selected each year); 2) Requalified member (repeat winners retain the Best Managed designation for two additional years, subject to annual operational and financial review); 3) Gold Standard winner (After three consecutive years of maintaining their Best Managed status, these winners have demonstrated their commitment to the program and successfully reapplied for the designation. Companies may requalify for two additional years, subject to annual operational and financial review; 4) Platinum Club member (winners that maintain Best Managed status for a minimum of six consecutive years). Program sponsors are Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Queen's School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums. For further information, visit www.bestmanagedcompanies.ca.

About triOS College

Since its inception in 1992, triOS College has prepared over 24,000 job-ready graduates for rewarding careers. triOS originated as a technology education provider and has now grown to offer programs in business, technology, healthcare, law and supply chain. Students receive a career-focused approach to education and have internships included in most programs.

triOS has nine campus locations across Southern Ontario and is registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act of Ontario, 2005. In 2014, triOS purchased Eastern College which has 5 campuses in Eastern Canada. Eastern offers programs in business, healthcare, artistry, design, make-up, information technology, social sciences & justice, tourism, travel & hospitality and trades.

More information about triOS College may be found at www.trios.com.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/trioscollege/

Or Twitter: www.twitter.com/trioscollegeBTH.

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For further information, please contact:

bestmanagedcompanies@deloitte.ca

www.bestmanagedcompanies.ca

or

Melissa Curran

triOS College Marketing Communications Coordinator

Office: 905.814.7212 x1036

Mobile: 647.999.5529

Email: melissa.curran@trios.com


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