Wireless communications company, NetComm Wireless (ASX: NTC), has been recognised as an ABA100 winner in two categories of The Australian Business Awards 2016.
The company has picked up the Business Innovation and Technology Innovation awards for its fixed wireless technology, a network terminating device that connects homes and businesses to 4G LTE fixed wireless networks in Australia and globally.
Australian Business Awards program director, Tara Johnston, said The Australian Business Awards recognise organisations that prioritise innovation and technology as drivers of local and international markets; and provide their clients with solutions to modern challenges by prioritising innovative practices that continually push the boundaries of what's possible.
"The ABA100 Winners have demonstrated a commitment to developing forward-looking solutions to challenges," Johnston said.
"This adaptability has cemented their position as major influencers in their respective industries.
"These organisations not only position themselves as industry leaders, but also push the wider business community towards excellence.
"Those organisations that can continue to evolve alongside ever changing business models will secure their longevity, continually contributing to the marketplace by disrupting the status quo in a positive way."
NetComm Wireless CEO and managing director, David Stewart, said the awards recognise the company’s achievements in promoting excellence through innovative business and technological initiatives.
"We have the agility needed to sustain innovation across all areas of our business in a fast changing environment and it is a tremendous honour to have received the Australian Business Award for Business Innovation for the sixth consecutive year," he added.
“Our approach allows us to continually transform our business, and develop innovative bespoke solutions for our customers and partners worldwide."
According to Stewart, the company will continue to work with its operator partners to bring high-speed broadband to rural, regional and outer-urban homes and businesses in Australia, the US and Europe.