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Jabra takes home notable APAC vendor award 4 years in a row

19 Oct 2016

Frost & Sullivan has announced Jabra as its ‘Asia Pacific Headset Vendor of the Year’ for the fourth year in a row.

Following on from this success, Jabra was also named the 2016 Asia Pacific Office Headset Vendor of the Year.

The Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific Best Practices Awards have been running for 9 years now, recognising companies for their superior leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development.

Mark Leigh, president of Jabra Asia Pacific, says the company is extremely proud to be recognised for four consecutive years.

“Jabra is the only headset company that makes medical hearing solutions, enterprise and consumer headsets all under one roof,” he says.

“The award is a clear affirmation, by key industry experts as well as global and regional customers, that we are enabling enterprises of all sizes to hear more, do more and be more through our intelligent audio solutions.”

Frost & Sullivan’s awards are held annually and recognise companies that have pushed the boundaries of excellence in Asia-Pacific.

Award recipients were chosen based on in-depth research conducted by Frost & Sullivan's analysts, with the award categories carefully reviewed and evaluated to reflect the current market landscape and trends.

Krishna Baidya, head of customer contact Research for Digital Transformation Practice at Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific, acknowledged Jabra’s ongoing commitment to innovation.

"Recognising voice as an integral part of current and future communications, within and outside the workplace, Jabra enables organisations to create a productive working environment that offers a seamless communication experience,” he says.

“Leveraging its strong strategic team, the company is elevating the engagement level with high touch large global and regional accounts by developing customised plans to suit clients’ unique pain points,” explains Baidya.

“Such an approach is enabling Jabra to achieve double-digit revenue growth, outpacing the competition and carving a significant share in key markets in the region.”

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