BusinessWeek has selected ASUS amongst InfoTech 100, a ranking of the world’s top information technology companies. Based on data and analysis from Standard & Poor’s, a sister company of BusinessWeek, companies are ranked according to their revenue growth, shareholder return, total revenue and return on equity. ASUS has once again made full use of its advantages in 3C integration, a diverse range of products and heart-touching innovation.
“The IT Industry is constantly evolving, and product diversification into different product categories and geographic locations are key factors that will affect ASUS’s potential for growth in the near future,” said Jonney Shih, Chairman and CEO of ASUS. “With our far-sighted approach in innovative thinking and access to cutting-edge technology and manufacturing facilities, ASUS is once again acknowledged by BusinessWeek, a highly-respected publication, as a major influence in the IT sector.”
With an widespread product range that includes motherboards, notebooks, barebone systems, servers, graphics cards, PDAs, handsets, smartphones, wireless devices, broadband modems, LCD monitors, CPU coolers, power supplies, chassis and networking switches and optical drives, ASUS is constantly improving and is well equipped to cater to the ever-changing and demanding consumer needs.
“Innovations and engineering excellence are the backbone of the ASUS manufacturing process. The BusinessWeek ranking reinstates the fact of our commitment to provide our customers the best in quality and service. The special acknowledgement is also the best recognition of continuous growth with our partners across the world.” Andrew Tsui, Managing Director, ASUS India said.