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Singapore's most innovative companies recognised at the Singapore Business Review Technology Excellence Awards 2019

Close to 150 corporate leaders graced the awards ceremony.

Singapore Business Review awarded the most outstanding companies at the inaugural SBR Technology Excellence Awards held at Conrad Centennial Singapore last 30 May.

The SBR Technology Excellence Awards recognises companies in Singapore with groundbreaking IT products and solutions that have successfully served the changing needs of customers and internal processes. Winners of the Technology Excellence Awards are companies from across industries that have remarkably contributed to transforming businesses through technology.

This year's nominations were deliberated by an elite panel that includes Cheang Wai Keat, Head of Advisory, Ernst & Young LLP; Darwin Thio, Director, Cybersecurity & Technology Services, Nexia TS; Daryl Pereira, Head of Cybersecurity, KPMG; Evelyn Lim, Executive Director, Tax Advisory, BDO LLP; and Jonathan Kok, Co-Head of Technology, Media & Communications Industry Group, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP.

The full list of winners are as follows:

Back-up - Computer Software

Acronis Asia Pte Ltd

Cloud - Computer Software

Acronis Asia Pte Ltd

Mobile - Advertising

Affle International Pte Ltd

Information Management - Life Insurance

AIA Singapore

Digital - Media & Entertainment

AP Media Pte Ltd

AI - Business Services

Automation Anywhere

Digital - Financial Services

Cashwagon Pte Ltd

Connectivity - Retail

Changi Travel Services Pte Ltd

Cloud - Data Center

Equinix

IoT - Hospitality & Leisure

EverComm Uni-Tech Singapore Pte Ltd

IoT - Energy

Feigin Electric Singapore Pte Ltd

IoT - Location Services

Here Technologies

Network and Broadband - Data Center

Huawei International Pte Ltd

Network and Broadband - IT Services

Huawei International Pte Ltd

Connectivity - Financial Services

IPC Systems

Infrastructure Technology - Financial Services

IPC Systems

Cybersecurity - IT Services

Kaspersky Lab

AI - Real Estate

Knowledge Navigator Pte Ltd

ICT - Business Services

Lantone Systems Pte Ltd

Blockchain - IT Services

LINFINITY Pte Ltd

Cybersecurity - Computer Software

LogRhythm

Connectivity - Life Insurance

NetFoundry Inc.

Network and Broadband - Telecommunications

Netpluz Asia Pte Ltd

Digital - Real Estate

Novade Solutions Pte Ltd

Digital - Personal Insurance

NTUC Income Insurance Co-operative Limited

Digital - Hospitality & Leisure

Oxfordcaps Pte Ltd

Infrastructure Technology - IT Services

Park Place Technologies

AI - Financial Services

Persistent Systems Pte Ltd

Big Data - Hospitality & Leisure

RedDoorz

Virtualization - IT Services

SolarWinds Software Asia Pte Ltd

IoT - Telecommunications

SP Telecommunications Pte Ltd

Analytics - Telecommunications

Subex

Enterprise Software - Business Services

Suites Digital Pte Ltd

Digital - Banking

Tagit

Digital - Life Insurance

The Great Eastern Life Assurance Co. Ltd.

Mobile - Life Insurance

The Great Eastern Life Assurance Co. Ltd.

AI - Banking

Tookitaki Holding Pte Ltd

FinTech - Financial Services

Turnkey Lender

Infrastructure Technology -Telecommunications

VIAVI Solutions

Robotics - Hospitality & Leisure

YOTEL Singapore Orchard

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