Infovision Wins Bronze Stevie(R) Award in 2024 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards

Infovision Wins Bronze Stevie(R) Award in 2024 Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards

Pune, 30th May 2024- Infovision was named the winner of a Bronze Stevie® Award in the Achievement in Product Innovation category in the 11th annual Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards today.

The Asia-Pacific Stevie Awards are the only business awards program to recognize innovation in the workplace in all 29 markets of the Asia-Pacific region. The Stevie Awards are widely considered to be the world’s premier business awards, conferring recognition for achievement in programs such as The International Business Awards® for 22 years.

Nicknamed the Stevies for the Greek word for “crowned,” the winners were celebrated during a gala awards ceremony on Friday, 24 May in Manila, the Philippines.

More than 1,000 nominations from organizations across the Asia-Pacific region were considered this year in categories such as Award for Excellence in Innovation in Products & Services, Award for Innovative Management, and Award for Innovation in Corporate Websites, among many others. Infovision won in the Achievement in product innovation category.

In the ever-evolving landscape of fintech innovation, InfoVision’s BORDCASH stands as a shining example of ingenuity and forward-thinking. Awarded the prestigious Bronze for Achievement in Product Innovation, BORDCASH aims to transform the realm of cross-border transactions, breaking down barriers with its speed, security, and inclusivity. Developed on the cutting-edge blockchain framework, this platform redefines what is possible in global financial exchanges.

Sean Yalamanchi, President at InfoVision, expressed his pride in the team’s accomplishment, stating, “This award is a reflection of our team’s passion and dedication to innovation. BORDCASH is more than a solution; it’s a commitment to creating a more interconnected and accessible financial world for all.”

Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie Award winners were determined by the average scores of more than 100 executives around the world acting as judges in February and March.