Singapore - At the inaugural ‘Enterprise 50 Dotcom’ Award organised by Anderson Consulting and The Business Times, Commerce Exchange (Comex) has been ranked third. Its CEO, Michael Yap, will be receiving the award from the Guest-of-Honour, RADM(NS) Teo Chee Hean, Minister for Education and Second Minister for Defence, today at a gala dinner held in conjunction with Enterprise 50.
“We are overwhelmed to be named as one of Singapore’s top three most enterprising dotcoms. Being in operation for about 18 months, to have the opportunity to be selected is truly a reflection of the tremendous commitment by the staff of Comex. The award is a recognition of the herculean effort on their part,” said Yap.
Comex’s original business model was to provide online payment transactions for businesses via Visa purchasing cards on the Internet. The model has expanded to provide companies with integrated B2B e-marketplace services. Comex currently has three programs – BecomeHub, BecomeCo and FastTraX – to meet the e-commerce needs of companies of various sizes and industries.
Within the last year, Comex has grown from 15 to more than 100 employees. Comex, which has offices in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Taiwan, plans to expand its operations to Japan by year-end. It will also be setting up offices in other parts of Asia over the next two years.
For more information, visit its corporate website at www.comex.com