1. Introduction

Dear candidate,

Computerworld Hong Kong strives to identify and recognize Hong Kong-based technology companies that have excelled in both technology development, services delivering and business achievement.

We are now inviting all technology vendors, software/hardware providers, IT services providers with a focus on B2B business that are headquartered in Hong Kong to enter Computerworld Hong Kong's "Technology Company of the Year Award" 2015, either under:
• Technology Company of the Year-Mature (successful tech company with profitable and established business); or
• Technology Company of the Year-Startup (young business that execute innovative business ideas, but yet to become profitable).

(Note: It's the candidate's choice to enter either subcategory above. But please note the two groups will be judged differently.)

Submission of information to the following questions will be evaluated by a panel of judges from leading industry authorities and our editors, who will decide on the winners based on the following criteria:

• Business and technology innovation
• Business strategy and execution
• Competitiveness in the global market
• Business achievements and performance

(Note: For TCoY-Mature candidates, more weighting will be given to International Competitiveness and Business Performance. For TCoY-Startup candidates, more weighting will be given to Product Innovation and Business Strategy.)

The winning company will be invited to join the Computerworld Hong Kong Awards presentation ceremony on 26 June 2015 (Friday), when we will announce the winners and present the Awards. A full profile article will also be featured for each winner in the June 2015 edition of Computerworld Hong Kong.

Full details of the awards, entry criteria and judging panel please refer to the awards site:
http://archive.cw.com.hk/CWaward/15/Tech_co.php

Any queries please send to: Carol Ko, cko@questexasia.com or Gigi Onag gigionag@questexasia.com.

Yours sincerely,

Carol Ko, Deputy Editor, Computerworld Hong Kong
Gigi Onag, Deputy Editor, Computerworld Hong Kong

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