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Find out who won at the Asian Technology Excellence Awards 2021

Over 20 companies were hailed in this year’s virtual presentation.

The acceleration of digital transformation has brought unprecedented challenges to many companies across industries. Compounded by the challenges brought by the ongoing global pandemic, businesses had to rise to the occasion and bring quality service to their stakeholders by maximising technology.

Outstanding tech companies were recognised at the Asian Business Review’s Asian Technology Excellence Awards 2021 held digitally for their unique innovations and breakthroughs in each of their respective fields.

Recognising Asia's leading companies in technological innovation, the award-giving body aims to shine a light on exceptional companies that are riding the digital disruption wave and leading the technological revolution and digital transformation journeys through technological projects and innovations.

This year’s nominations were evaluated by an elite panel of judges consisting of Bradley Styles, KPMG Head of Digital Trust; Erwan Barre, RHTLaw Asia Partner - Head of Technology, Media & Communications Industry Group, Asia; and Jason Yau, RSM Regional Leader, Asia-Pacific.

Below is the list of the winning companies. Congratulations!

Asian Technology Excellence Awards 2021

Australia

Metigy

  • AI - Advertising

Hong Kong

iClick Interactive Asia Group Limited

  • E-Commerce - Retail

Indonesia

PT INFOMEDIA NUSANTARA

  • AI - Human Resource Technology

PT Bank Jatim Tbk

  • Digital - Banking

PT Bank KEB Hana Indonesia

  • Digital - Financial Services

Japan

SofTech IoT

  • IoT - Building Services & Facilities

Philippines

City Savings Bank, Inc.

  • Digital - Banking

Converge ICT Solutions, Inc.

  • ICT - Telecommunications

Lingaro (Philippines), Inc. 

  • Analytics - Manufacturing

Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank)

  • AI - Financial Technology
  • E-Commerce - Financial Technology

Singapore

Agility Risk Solutions (Pte) Ltd

  • AI - Healthcare

Auth0

  • Enterprise Software - Retail

Bricsys

  • Software - Technology

Claroty

  • Cybersecurity - Oil & Gas

CloudMile

  • AI - Public Sector

Commodities Intelligence Centre

  • Big Data - Wholesale

NEOLINK Technology

  • Cloud - Telecommunications

Straive (erstwhile SPi Global)

  • AI - Technology

South Korea

SOLUM

  • Hardware - Retail

Thailand

Krungsri Consumer

  • Digital - Banking
  • Mobile - Financial Services

Roche x Thai Lung Cancer Group,Thailand

  • Digital - Pharmaceuticals

Sodexo Thailand

  • ICT - Building Services & Facilities

Vietnam

AIA (Vietnam) Life Insurance Co., Ltd

  • Cloud - Life Insurance
  • Online Services - Life Insurance

HOUZE GROUP JOINT STOCK COMPANY

  • Enterprise Software - Real Estate

VieON

  • Online Services - Media & Entertainment
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