Strontium Technology, a worldwide leader in high performance computer and flash memory products,is proud to announce that it is ranked 19th in Singapore’s prestigious Enterprise 50 list. The awards, now into their 16th year, are jointly organized by auditing and tax firm KPMG and The Business Times, and sponsored by OCBC Bank.
From the many nominations received, the companies were short listed and then ranked according to specific criteria. Strontium is ranked well in most criteria, which includes both quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as turnover, profit growth, management philosophy, innovation and market presence.
Mr. Anshuman Gupta, CEO, Strontium Technology, said, “We are highly honoured to receive this prestigious award and reaching to 19th position among 50 companies. This is a testament to the whole team's enthusiasm and dedication and hope to reach to top 10 position very soon.”
Mr. Alvin Tay, editor of The Business Times, said: "The winners' success has come about through improving productivity and creating innovations, which are key cornerstones for building new capabilities and strengthening their competitiveness."
Putting forth a clear vision, exhibiting creativity and contributing strongly to the local economy, these were the type of dynamic companies which Singapore needs, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Office Lim Hwee Hua, who was the guest of honour for the awards dinner at Resorts World Sentosa.
About Strontium Technology:
Strontium is Singapore’s No.1 PC memory maker with revenue exceeding US$175 million in 2009. Strontium is ranked 19th amongst the Top 50 Companies as ranked by International Enterprise Singapore, an agency of Government of Singapore. Its operations and businesses are spread in Australia, New Zealand, South East Asia, India, Taiwan, US and Latin American markets.