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DataStreams recognized for contributions to big data industryBy Lee Sun-young
Published : June 20, 2021 - 14:55
It has been chosen as the recipient of the 10th KMIS award, which recognizes and honors an outstanding corporation in information technology.
DataStreams, with its persistent focus on research and development, has churned out a stream of innovative products and solutions in the big data field, thereby contributing to the development and maturing of the local IT solutions and software industry, the KMIS said.
The award ceremony took place on the sidelines of the society’s annual conference held online and in-person in Yeosu, South Jeolla Province, from June Thursday to Saturday.
Lee Young-sang, chief executive of DataStreams, vowed to continue striving for the advancement of the local industry, and taking a step further, to seek global expansion.
“Thanks you for providing us the opportunity and motivation to cement our position as South Korea’s representative big data firm and to grow into a global player,” he said.
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