Virtual Worlds, has been crowned Best Software Brand at the BKU Awards.
For the second year running Virtual Worlds beat off stiff competition to scoop the title in recognition of its design, innovation and influence in the KBB market.
The prestigious event was attended by the bathroom and kitchen industry’s most respected professionals, who gathered to celebrate standards of excellence in retail, design, innovation and remarkable achievements of the sector.
With judging open to the KBB industry across the nation, the results are a true reflection of a brand’s influence within the sector. The awards, which were hosted by funnyman Jimmy Carr, were well attended with professionals from a whole host of backgrounds gunning for the top accolades on the evening.
Nathan Maclean, managing director at Virtual Worlds, said: “We’re delighted to have been awarded Best Software Brand at this year’s BKU awards.
“As a business committed to breaking boundaries in KBB software technology, we are constantly looking to the future of CAD technology in order to further support retailers and revolutionise the industry.
“With continuing growth, continued client investment and strong customer feedback, this really is only the beginning for us! From production, through to delivery and support, we are continuously evolving and it is this combination that has clearly given us a winning formula.
“We are thrilled to be recognised by BKU in such a highly competitive category and it’s amazing to see we are leading the way in developing innovative technology systems for the KBB industry. We can’t wait to see what the future holds – hopefully it includes a few more awards in the years to come!”