Honourees at the 11th annual Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards
Over a gala dinner, complete with World Cup frenzy and Brazilian Samba dancers, research and consultancy company Frost & Sullivan honoured the bright achievers in Asia's ICT industry Wednesday evening in Singapore.
The occasion was the 11th annual Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards which was held at the Alkaff Mansion.
A total of 37 awards across 4 categories were presented during the awards ceremony. The leading winners include BT, Managed Service Provider of the Year; Huawei, Telecom Equipment Vendor of the Year and Masayoshi Son, SoftBank Chief Executive Officer as Service Provider CEO of the Year.
"Against the background of the ever changing ICT industry, these leading companies have demonstrated a commitment to best practices, be it through customer appreciation, product and service innovation. These factors, together with sound business strategies and a robust business model have made them worthy industry leaders in Asia Pacific as they shape the ICT landscape of this region," said Manoj Menon, Senior Partner and Managing Director at Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific.
Through these awards, Frost & Sullivan identifies outstanding industry achievements in the past year by companies in regional and global markets.
According to Frost and Sullivan, award recipients are evaluated based on their revenue growth, market share gains, leadership in new product introduction and innovation, breadth of products and solutions, major customer acquisition, and business and market strategy.
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