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Hathway walks away with ET Best Tech Brand 2015 award in B2B tech
MUMBAI: Multi-system operator (MSO) Hathway Cable & Datacom has been awarded the best tech brand in the telecommunication, technology and media space at the ‘ET Best Tech Brands’, for its significant contribution to the growth of digital cable television in the country.
The ET Edge Best Tech Brands 2015 summit was held in Delhi on 17 December amidst a gathering of key leaders from some of the top technology brands in India.
Some of the leading technology brands in various sectors like HP, Capgemini, IBM, Ricoh, Mphasis, Sify and more were part of this prestigious summit, which recognised key contributions of organisations in building and upgrading technology to create a robust ecosystem and providing a business edge in their respective industry.
Hathway Cable & Datacom MD & CEO Jagdish Kumar said, “We are extremely proud of this achievement and thank all our stakeholders and team Hathway who have contributed towards the growth of Hathway in the digital cable television and broadband space. This recognition from one of the leading and most trusted names in media, The Economic Times, is testament to the giant strides that Hathway has taken in the technological transformation of digital cable TV and wired broadband businesses in India and our continuing efforts in empowering our customers to build a better and robust service.”
Hathway featured in the list of top 150 technology brands of India as per The Economic Times & MRSS’ industry-agnostic study to understand what goes into the making of leading tech brands in the B2B space.
The survey was conducted to evaluate the best tech brands across hardware, software and technology service providers’ product categories. Respondents comprised CIO community, IT heads across companies and a wide array of stakeholders (including marketing, sales and finance), in order to arrive at a comprehensive idea of where each tech brand stands.