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Singapore Computer Society unveils the winners of inaugural "Best Tech Company to Work For" Award

T.C. Seow | July 8, 2015
The top four winners have been singled out for their corporate culture and talent development framework, besides people management and recognition.

The top four winners were picked by the judges from the list of 10 Best Tech Companies to Work For in Singapore, namely:

  • Adventus Singapore
  • CommGate
  • JustCommodity Software Solutions (Winner, Mid-sized Organisations category)
  • LinkedIn Corporation
  • Microsoft Singapore (Winner, Large Organisations/MNCs category)
  • Paywhere
  • Red Hat
  • Tagit
  • TreeBox Solutions (Winner, Start-ups/Small Organisations category)
  • Ubisoft Singapore (Winner, Large Organisations/MNCs category)

"The tech industry has been playing a pivotal role in Singapore's economic and social developments. Through this Award, we aim to identify and recognise the most admired technology organisations in Singapore based on their world-class practices, enviable corporate culture and talent development framework," said Mr Howie Lau, President, SCS. "We hope this Award will inspire other tech organisations to continue striving for excellence in their overall business and people management."

"Great tech talent deserves a great work environment. The 'Best Tech Company to Work For' Award celebrates local companies of all sizes who recognise that their people are their most precious resource, and help them prosper. This means success not just for the companies, but in the long term for Smart Nation, which is dependent on the ability of people of all ages to imagine, create and build," said Steve Leonard, Executive Deputy Chairman, IDA.

Tech organisations across Singapore were invited to submit their entries in one of the three categories. The nominees were then assessed by an independent panel of judges represented by both public and private sectors in the ICM industry. The panel of judges determined the winners based on five key criteria: innovation, human resource management, human resource development, people culture, and financial sustainability.

 

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