Software firm wins outstanding tech company award

Asocio chairman David Wong (left) presenting the award to Fusionex director Chuang Boon Hua as Pikom’s Alex Liew looks on.

SOFTWARE company Fusionex was presented with the Asocio Outstanding Tech Company Award at the Unicorn Tech Awards Night 2021.

The awards night, held in Petaling Jaya, was a joint collaboration between Witsa Global ICT Excellence Award and Asocio Awards.

The guest of honour at the event was Communications and Multimedia Ministry deputy secretary-general Ma. Sivanesan Marimuthu.

The event was also attended by 450 C-Suite executives and senior representatives from the tech industry.

“I appreciate everyone taking the time to be here as we honour the industry’s finest, and celebrate our perseverance amid pandemic challenges,” said Pikom chairman Sean Seah.

“I would like to congratulate all winners. You are the changemakers of the future and the ones carrying the torch, working with the government to spearhead advances in the digital and tech industry,” said Seah.

Fusionex is in the business of helping its clients in delivering groundbreaking innovations, creating unrivalled digital experiences, and fostering a digital-first culture.

“We would like to thank Asocio and Pikom for this prestigious Outstanding Tech Company Award,” said Fusionex Group CEO Datuk Seri Ivan Teh.

“We believe this award is a reflection of our commitment in helping businesses across various sectors adopt advanced technologies to accelerate their digitalisation journey.

“As we move into the next normal, Fusionex remains dedicated to connecting people, organisations and communities so that we may create an inclusive and resilient future built at the intersection of technology, creativity and innovation,” he added.

Asocio is the ICT regional federation of 24 member economies in Asia-Pacific, covering almost 10,000 companies with a business total of US$500bil (RM2.1trillion).

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