New Delhi, India, October 6, 2015: WD, a Western Digital company and a player in storage solutions, has won the prestigious Institute for Competitiveness-Mint Strategy Award for this year in the Computers and Electrical Appliances category. These awards were conducted as part of the Porter Prize ceremony organized by Institute for Competitiveness, India and Mint, a leading business newspaper in India.
“WD is honoured to have been recognized among the leading companies operating in India.” said Khwaja Saifuddin, Senior Sales Director, South Asia, Middle East and Africa, WD, who received the award on WD’s behalf. “We are reinforcing our commitment to the digital storage industry and our consumers so that we may deliver on the expectations our stakeholders and consumers have of us.”
“A clear understanding of the digital storage market and the evolving needs of today’s consumers and the alignment of its product portfolio with the government’s citizen-centric initiatives such as Digital India and smart cities have won WD this sincere acknowledgment for their efforts,” said Amit Kapoor, Honorary Chairman at Institute for Competitiveness, India.
The Mint-Institute for Competitiveness Strategy Awards have been instituted to recognize companies operating in India on the basis of value creation, innovation, and strategy. The companies that were selected for these awards were made to go through an arduous process to appraise the sustainability and competitiveness of their business model and to ascertain that they excel in their respective industry and contribute to the overall progress of the country.
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