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Ranked as a Best Workplaces in Asia company, says NetApp Malaysia

AvantiKumar | Feb. 27, 2015
NetApp's Low Kai Chin said that as our mission is to transform Malaysian businesses, we foster an environment of trust to encourage creativity and integrity.

Low Kai Chin_District Manager_NetApp Malaysia and Brunei - done 

Photo - Low Kai Chin, District Manager, NetApp Malaysia and Brunei.

 

Data management and storage firm NetApp's Asia based employees have a high ranking to the company, which was ranked #5 in the inaugural Best Workplaces in Asia listing.

NetApp's district manager for Malaysia & Brunei Low Kai Chin said: "NetApp is focused on transforming Malaysian businesses to become more dynamic, flexible and efficient. We encourage our team to think innovatively, take valuable risks and to be creative."

"[Holding] trust and integrity above all, we strive to encourage the NetApp individual to think outside the box in order for them to contribute effectively to the stellar teams based here in Malaysia," said Low.

He said NetApp has been 'built on a culture of innovation as a sustainable differentiator, which drives better business outcomes for customers and partners, which make them a great place to work.'

China Gorman, chief executive officer, Great Place to Work, said, "NetApp's recognition on our first-ever Best Workplaces in Asia list shows the company's commitment to providing a great, high-trust culture for their employees in the Asia region and around the world. Their inclusion on this list demonstrates the company's continued dedication to putting their people first and having a positive impact on society."

NetApp was among a group of multinational corporations recognised by employees through the Trust Index Survey and selected by Great Place to Work. More than 900 companies participated in the national list studies in eight Asia-region countries where Great Place to Work is represented. Of these, the 60 Best Workplaces in Asia were determined. Great Place to Work serves businesses, non-profit organisations and government agencies in 51 countries.

 

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