Frost & Sullivan, a global business consultancy firm, recognized ISS for its achievements in Facilities Management Competitive Strategy Innovation and Leadership category, at the company’s annual award ceremony for the Asia Pacific region in Singapore.
In its motivation for the award, Frost & Sullivan highlighted ISS’ ability to focus on selected end user sectors and aligning strategies to meet customer needs. Frost & Sullivan analysts also emphasised ISS’ financial performance and organic growth in the region, which in large was attributed to its effective strategy implementation.
André Pagels, Regional Director of Strategy & Transformation, Asia Pacific, said:
“We are very proud and honoured to receive this prestigious award. It is a testament to our efforts in strengthening and aligning our Global, Regional and Country strategies. However, none of this would have been possible without having dedicated, service minded employees that feel a sense of purpose in their daily work. On behalf of our Regional Management Team, I would like to take this opportunity to thank our more than 200,000 colleagues in the Asia Pacific region for their hard work and contribution. I also want to share our appreciation to our customers for the relationships that we have, our investors, and to Frost & Sullivan for giving us this award.”
Janice Wung, Industry Analyst Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan, said:
“ISS’ decision to focus on strengthening its competitive edge has been fruitful. It paid attention to its key end-user sectors by reinforcing its core competencies. Its success was reflected by the company’s strong financial performance and excellent contract wins in key end-user sectors.”
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