Korman Communities was honored for its outstanding performance at Cartus Corporation’s 2018 Global Network Conference, held October 15-16, 2018 at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel in Seattle, Washington. The Cartus Global Network is Cartus’ industry-leading worldwide service provider network. Each year, Cartus recognizes the companies and individuals in the Network who have provided extraordinary service to its customers and clients worldwide. The theme of this year’s conference was “Move Ahead.”
Korman Communities was named winner of the Global Network Commitment to Excellence Platinum Award for its exceptional service results, the highest level award a supplier can achieve through service performance. This award recognizes a supplier’s measureable commitment to excellence and is presented to Global Network service providers who have distinguished themselves by achieving critical performance metrics.
“It is no surprise to anyone in this business that relocating, and the decisions associated with it, can be one the most stressful times in a person’s life. Korman Communities is one of the Cartus Global Network providers that continually work at alleviating some of these stress factors by going above and beyond for the customers as well as for Cartus,” said Mike Brannan, senior vice president, Global Supply Chain Management. “This award acknowledges their unparalleled work ethic, compassion, professionalism and commitment to excellence.”
Korman Communities was also 1 of 10 finalists for Cartus’ most prestigious award – The Cartus Masters Cup. This honor is bestowed on a Cartus Network Member and is presented annually to the top-performer in each service category.
“Cartus has always maintained rigorous criteria and performance standards for their Network providers, but also for the recipients of the Platinum Commitment to Excellence Award,” said Lea Anne Welsh, COO of Korman Communities. “We’re proud to be a part of Cartus’ Global Network, and to have received this honor, which recognizes our mutual commitment to quality, superior service and to finding innovative ways to provide that service in the changing face of relocation.”