Release Date 6 Jul, 2015
SUNeVision receives the prestigious Technology Company of the Year honour at the Computerworld Hong Kong Awards 2015
SUNeVision Holdings Limited (“SUNeVision”, Stock Code: 8008), a leading data infrastructure and technology service provider in Hong Kong, announced today it has garnered the Computerworld Hong Kong’s 2015 Technology Company of the Year Award (Mature Category). The distinction acknowledges SUNeVision's excellence in the provision of service to organizations locally and overseas that has been integral to the advancement of the local IT industry.
Candidates of the Technology Company of the Year Award (Mature Category) were rated primarily on global competitiveness and business success, as well as technological innovation, corporate strategy and execution. SUNeVision Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director Peter Yan was pleased at receiving the honour, saying: "The award is a testament to our strategy of building world-class data centres with the highest standards of service availability, scalability and connectivity. It is also a token of appreciation for our team's dedication to service excellence and commitment to building the best data centre infrastructure for our customers in the past 15 years."
The judging panel praised SUNeVision's contribution to the economic competitiveness of Hong Kong. “SUNeVision represents what we like to see in a true industry leader – it has great vision and outstanding service offerings to its customers, while leveraging Hong Kong’s strengths as a global centre of commerce. Not only does the company excel in its operations, it also demonstrates great awareness of its environmental responsibilities,” said Mr. Po-Chi Wu, Adjunct Professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Established since 2007, the Technology Company of the Year Award is an integral part of the annual Computerworld Hong Kong Awards. It recognizes and promotes Hong Kong-based innovations in technology development, as well as their excellence in business execution. The organizer introduced Startup (for young business) and Mature (for successful technology company with profitable and established business) subcategories this year to differentiate the recognition. The panel of judges came from leading industry authorities and Computerworld Hong Kong editors, who picked the winner based on a set of stringent criteria.