Monday August 21, 2017 06:03

ASEAN COMPANIES Press Releases

KBank opens head office in Laos as connection between AEC+3 companies, targeting over 3.1 billion Baht in loans and deposits Stcoks—20 Mar 17

KASIKORNBANK opened a new head office in Lao PDR at Lane Xang Avenue to accommodate a growing economy in Laos, improving its reach to business and individual customers. The goal is to connect ASEAN companies with Laos amid rising trade and investment

Photo Release: Bangkok Bank (China) receives Top 10 successful ASEAN companies in China award from China-ASEAN Business Council Stcoks—25 Jan 17

Bangkok Bank Senior Executive Vice Presidents Chaiyarit Anuchitworawong (2nd from left) and Bangkok Bank (China) Chief Executive Officer Suwatchai Songwanich (center) represented Bangkok Bank to receive the 'Top 10 successful ASEAN companies in China

Photo Release: Bangkok Bank (China) receives Top 10 successful ASEAN companies in China award from Stcoks—17 Mar 15

Bangkok Bank Executive Vice Presidents Chaiyarit Anuchitworawong (3rd from left) and Kanit Si (2nd from right), together with Bangkok Bank (China) Chief Executive Officer Suwatchai Songwanich (3rd from right) and Beijing Branch Manager Yan Shu-Ming

ASEAN Companies Make Strides in Adoption of Analytics but Struggle to Integrate Data across the General—21 Nov 13

ASEAN Companies Make Strides in Adoption of Analytics but Struggle to Integrate Data across the Enterprise, Accenture Research Finds Only 21 % of Thai businesses are satisfied with business outcomes driven by investing in analytics An overwhelming

Simon-Kucher Study Shows ASEAN Companies Leave Profit Potential Untapped General—04 Nov 13

The top five ASEAN economies are losing USD 15 billion in profit, according to the Simon-Kucher ASEAN Pricing Stress Test 2013 which analyses firms in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines. But companies can stop losing money

ASEAN Companies Have Yet to Meet International Revenue and Profit Expectations Despite Strong General—05 Apr 13

ASEAN Companies Have Yet to Meet International Revenue and Profit Expectations Despite Strong Outbound Investment Growth, According to AccentureTalent and cultural obstacles inhibit international success Less than a quarter (23 percent) of large ASEAN

More Asean Companies Adopting Sustainability Plans in 2013 but Challenges Remain, PwC General—04 Apr 13

More Asean Companies Adopting Sustainability Plans in 2013 but Challenges Remain, PwC says Energy and carbon-related cost seen as the No. 1 sustainability driver over the next five years. 81% recognise that sustainability is extremely/very relevant but

IBM Unveils 2011 Global CIO Study IT—08 Sep 11

IBM Unveils 2011 Global CIO StudyIBM Study Confirms Business Analytics, Mobility Solutions and Cloud Computing are Poised to Take Off with ASEAN Companies A new IBM study of more than 3,000 global chief information officers (CIOs), including 168 CIOs in

Oracle Applications Continue to Benefit Companies Across Thailand Oracle CRM On Demand and Supply IT—08 Oct 09

News Facts - Oracle Applications continue to be implemented or selected by more ASEAN companies as of the most recent fiscal year that ended June 2009. - Companies in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, The Philippines, Vietnam, as well as Pakistan