[Hong Kong] It is the season of reaping; in our company’s language, it is the season of awards and recognitions. We are very happy to announce that Genki Sushi Member Recruitment App, one of our proudest projects, stood out from many award-winning entries from 17 economies across Asia Pacific and has delightfully been crowned as the Winner of Tourism and Hospitality at the Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Awards 2014 in Jakarka on 30 November, after a long and rigorous process of adjudication.
From more than 220 world’s top ICT solutions developed by nominated ICT leaders in 17 economies and countries in the Asia Pacific region, Cherrypicks reaped a Winner Award with Genki Sushi Member Recruitment App in Tourism and Hospitality category. This was the first time we won a Winner prize at the APICTA with our clients’ project and it was our fourth year consecutively winning at the APICTA.
Donald Chan, Cherrypicks’ Senior Vice President, was thrilled with the encouraging and pleasing result, “We are so happy and honoured to learn that we are the only company that has won at the APICTA for four consecutive years as a Hong Kong representative since no other companies from Hong Kong have achieved such astonishing result. Thank you Hong Kong Computer Society for placing trust in us and nominating us to represent Hong Kong at the APICTA. Thanks to our client Genki Sushi Hong Kong for the trust as well as teams and colleagues at Cherrypicks for the hard work!”
Not only Genki Sushi Member Recruitment App has been recognised at this prestigious APICTA, it has also grabbed a prize at another leading Asia Pacific award in mobile marketing (MMA the SMARTIES APAC) as well as the HKICT Awards earlier this year; proving once again the joint power of mobile technology and innovation in marketing. Congratulations Genki Sushi Hong Kong and thank you teams for your hard work!
The APICTA Awards is an award to recognize and identify ICT innovations in Asia Pacific. Over the last decade, the APICTA Awards has grown in stature. Its prominence, credibility and reputation have seen the awards series dubbed as the “Oscars of the ICT arena”.