DiGi is Malaysia's most innovative company
Three out of five recognitions in WSJ Asia's 200 Most Admired Companies survey
SHAH ALAM, 28 JULY 2009: DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (DiGi) has been recognized by Wall Street Journal Asia as Malaysia's most admired company for innovation for the third year running.
The Asia 200 Most Admired Companies survey also named DiGi number three in the overall ranking of Malaysia's Top 10 companies, up a notch from last year. DiGi was listed third for the Long-term Vision category and fifth for Quality.
DiGi's CEO Johan Dennelind said "We are passionate about exceeding customer expectations. For us, innovation is about bringing meaningful differences to our customers by making our mobile and internet services relevant, easy and affordable. We are thrilled with this recognition and will continue to push the boundaries in ensuring excellent customer experiences."
Conducted in 2008, the survey had 2,622 respondents comprising executives and professionals in 12 Asia-Pacific countries. It covered Asian companies that trade on stock exchanges as well as multinational companies that do extensive business in the region.
Established in 1995, DiGi is listed on Bursa Malaysia and is part of the global telecommunications provider, Telenor Group. As the first telco to operate a fully digital mobile network in Malaysia, DiGi focuses on delivering excellent customer experience that are simple, innovative and of best value through DiGi Prepaid, DiGi Postpaid and DiGi Business. Customers can now also enjoy a fresh broadband experience with the launch of DiGi's 3G broadband services. Through its corporate initiative, Deep Green, DiGi is committed to a sustainable business that is fiscally and ecologically responsible to all stakeholders.
Corporate Communications Department.