2013: Microsoft's Cost Management Award
Moravia was a recipient of the 2013 Microsoft Preferred Supplier Program (MPSP) Excellence Award. These awards recognize superior performance, exemplary service and innovation by suppliers that are members of the Microsoft Preferred Supplier Program. In 2013, Moravia won the 2013 Cost Management Award. Learn more.
2012: Microsoft's Quality Excellence Award
Moravia was recognized by Microsoft with the 2011 MPSP Excellence Award, which distinguishes members of the Microsoft Preferred Supplier Program (MPSP) that provide superior performance, exemplary service and innovation. Moravia has won the prestigious Quality Excellence Award based on its performance in 2011 in delivering localization and other language services. Learn more.
2009: Moravia's Co-Founder, Katerina Janku, Named Among the 14 Distinguished Graduates of the Masaryk University
On the occasion of the 90th anniversary of founding the Masaryk University, Katerina Janku, Moravia's co-founder, was named one of the 14 distinguished graduates of the university. These recognized graduates, representing various areas of specialization and generations, were awarded in a gala ceremony on January 28, 2009, exactly 90 years after this second biggest university in the Czech Republic was founded.
2007: Europe's 500 Listing of Fastest Growing Companies (# 306)
Moravia ranked as # 306 among Europe's 500 fastest growing companies for 2007. Europe's 500 is the only independent pan-European listing of high-growth, job-creating companies across all business sectors. The ranking is based on an analysis which considers the revenue and employee growth that companies achieved over a three-year period (from 31 December 2003 to 31 December 2006). Winners are ranked using the David Birch Employee Growth Index. Learn more.
2006: Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 in Central Europe
Moravia was named as one of the 50 fastest growing companies in Central Europe. Deloitte's Technology Fast 50 competition in Central Europe recognizes technology companies that own proprietary technologies that contribute significantly to their operating revenues, or devote significant proportion of revenues to research and development of technology. The ranking in the Technology Fast 50 program is based on overall revenue growth over a five-year period. Learn more.
2006 - Present: Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
Moravia has become Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Gold Certified Partners represent the highest level of competence and expertise with Microsoft technologies, and Moravia has attained this status on the strength of its competencies with Microsoft technologies, with experience dating back to 1991. This upgrade from Microsoft Certified Partner to Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status is based on Moravia's competences in the ISV/Software Solutions and Networking Infrastructure Solutions categories. Learn more.
2005: Best Company According to the Globally Recognized D&B Standards
Moravia has ranked first in the Dun & Bradstreet Czech Republic competition titled "Best Company According to the Globally Recognized D&B Standards." The D&B competition evaluated Czech exporting companies by using the recognized D&B Rating and D&B evaluation methodologies, which provide a standardized assessment of companies' financial strength and health. The competition was backed by the Czech governmental organization CzechTrade. Learn more.
2004: ClientSide News Excellence Full Service Localization Provider of the Year
Moravia was selected by a popular vote as the Full Service Localization Provider of the Year in the ClientSide News Excellence Awards. Moravia was awarded this honor in the Medium Enterprise Category. This was the second year in a row that the company has been nominated as CSN Excellence Award finalist. Learn more.
2003: Microsoft Excellence in Localization
Microsoft recognized Moravia with the Excellence in Localization award in recognition of the company's outstanding efforts in shipping Microsoft international products. This award was based on Moravia's successful delivery to date of some of Microsoft's most important, flagship products, which included multilingual localization as well as testing and engineering of these products.
2002 - Present: Microsoft Premier Vendor
Since 2002, Moravia maintains the coveted status of Premier Vendor for Microsoft. Microsoft utilizes a rigorous selection process for elevation to Premier Vendor status. The criteria for selection were designed by Microsoft to identify those vendors who are qualified, and have the scalable capacity, to undertake a significant proportion of Microsoft's outsourced localization work. Some categories of criteria under assessment were performance track record, the outcome of previous projects completed by the vendor company as well as the company's ability to meet Microsoft's growing requirements. Learn more.
2000, 2001: Symantec Supporting Vendor Certificate
Following the recognition of Moravia as Symantec's Best New Vendor in 1997, Moravia has continued being a key multilingual localization and testing supplier of Symantec for their antivirus line of products. As a recognized vendor, Moravia has helped Symantec with critical antivirus updates requiring fast turn-around localization, as well as managing steep peeks in testing and engineering requirements before major product releases.
2000: Compaq Best Localization Partner 2000 in Europe, Middle East, Africa
Compaq EMEA awarded Moravia with the annual title Compaq Best Localization Partner 2000 in Europe, Middle East and Africa, based on the well-elaborated system of technical and linguistic quality assurance that applies very strict criteria for partner performance. Moravia has performed best among Compaq's localization partners, scoring consistently high on the projects completed in 2000 in the whole range of assessed criteria. Learn more.
2000: Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2000 to Katerina Janku, Co-Founder of Moravia IT
Moravia's co-founder, Katerina Janku (nee Forstingerova) was named as Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year for the Czech Republic in 2000, and was a finalist for World Entrepreneur of the Year 2001. She is the only representative of the translation and localization industry ever to be named as Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. She currently serves as member of the jury selecting annually the Czech Entrepreneurs Of The Year. Learn more.