SBR Technology Excellence Awards 2022 opens nominations

Deadline of entries is on 25 February 2022.

As Singapore further advances its position as one of the top technological hubs in Asia Pacific with its various innovations, huge names in the city-state are also progressing, leading the technological revolution and digital journeys in their respective industries through groundbreaking IT products and solutions.

Singapore Business Review will continue to recognise these highly innovative companies as it opens the nomination for this year’s SBR Technology Excellence Awards.

Now in its fourth year, the prestigious awards programme gives the spotlight to companies who ride the digital disruption wave with technological innovations that have successfully transformed industries and business models, from merely adapting to the changing needs to going beyond expectations.

Amongst the award-winning companies acclaimed at last year’s presentation is Nanyang Technological University (NTU), bagging the SBR Technology Excellence Award for the IoT - Education category for its implementation of Singapore's first barrier-free Smart Car Park System and joining the prestigious lineup of award winners across different industries.

“I think the award validates our investment in enabling technologies to create a best in class campus experience,” NTU Office of Campus Housing Director Alvin Chin said. “This award further firms NTU as a leader in solving real world problems through innovation, and creating value and impact.”

Nominations are open for free to technology companies that pioneered groundbreaking IT products and solutions, as well as companies from across different industries with innovative technology initiatives that made an impact on their business. Deadline for submission of entries is on 25 February 2022.

Each entry will be carefully evaluated by a panel consisting of thought leaders and industry experts.

For more information, please visit the event webpage or contact Jane Patiag at jane@charltonmediamail.com or call +65 3158 1386.

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