Frasers Property Thailand conferred the Thai Digital Champion

Frasers Property Thailand conferred the Thai Digital Champion

for Rapid Business Digitisation at Thailand Digital Excellence Awards 2021

Frasers Property (Thailand) Public Company Limited, or “FPT”, the first company with a fully integrated real estate platform in Thailand, was conferred the Thai Digital Champion for Rapid Business Digitisation at the Thailand Digital Excellence Awards, which was co-organised by the Thailand Management Association (TMA) and Boston Consulting Group. This achievement recognised FPT’s outstanding digital and innovation strategy as well as its readiness to respond to major to transformative digital disruption.

Mr. Supparat Sivapetchranat Singhara Na Ayutthaya, Chief Technology and Digital Officer, represented FPT to receive the award from the TMA and participated in the award winners’ forum on 8 December 2021, to discuss digital transformation as well as building people and culture towards digitalisation to uplift the digital industry in Thailand.

Aligned with Frasers Property, FPT embraces innovation and technology to enhance competitiveness in all dimensions to serve the dynamic needs of the real estate sector with future-proof and customer-centric solutions, as well as to create memorable and enriching experiences for all stakeholders.

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