16 Oct Aquaporin Asia receives the 2015 Frost & Sullivan Singapore water technology new product innovation award
AQUAPORIN ASIA RECEIVES THE 2015 FROST & SULLIVAN SINGAPORE WATER TECHNOLOGY NEW PRODUCT INNOVATION AWARD
It is with great honour that Aquaporin Asia was recently awarded the 2015 Frost & Sullivan Singapore Water Technology New Product Innovation Award.
For the New Product Innovation Award, Frost & Sullivan analysts independently evaluated two key factors— New Product Attributes and Customer Impact—according to the criteria identified below.
New Product Attributes
Criterion 1: Match to Needs
Criterion 2: Reliability
Criterion 3: Quality
Criterion 4: Positioning
Criterion 5: Design
Criterion 1: Price/Performance Value
Criterion 2: Customer Purchase Experience
Criterion 3: Customer Ownership Experience
Criterion 4: Customer Service Experience
Criterion 5: Brand Equity
The Singapore Excellence Awards – now in its 3rd consecutive year – seeks to recognise companies and individuals that have pushed the boundaries of excellence – rising above the competition and demonstrating outstanding performance in the Singapore market.
Says Mark Perry, Chief Operation Officer of Aquaporin Asia: “Receiving recognition from Frost & Sullivan truly showcases the continuous value generated by the inter-country collaboration between Aquaporin A/S in Denmark and Nanyang Technological University, DHI Water & Environment, Economic Development Board (EDB), and the Environment & Water Industry Programme Office (EWI) in Singapore. Without the combination of extensive support from our collaboration partners and a hard-working and skilfull Aquaporin Asia team, the 2015 Frost & Sullivan Singapore Water Technology New Product Innovation Award would never have been within our reach”
Aquaporin Asia acknowledges support from the Fast-Tech incubation scheme funded under the Singapore Economic Development Board. Aquaporin Asia further acknowledges support from the Singapore National Research Foundation under its Environmental & Water Technologies Strategic Research Programme and administered by the Environment & Water Industry Programme Office (EWI) of the PUB.