eClerx, a leading provider of knowledge and business processing today announced that it has won the 2013 Indian Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) award for the third year in a row. This year, eClerx has been recognized for its dedication to developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership, one of the major dimensions firms are rated in for the MAKE program.
The annual MAKE awards rate firms against the framework of eight knowledge performance dimensions considered to be visible drivers of competitive advantage and intellectual capital growth, including creating an enterprise knowledge driven culture, developing knowledge workers through senior management leadership, innovation, maximizing enterprise intellectual capital, creating an enterprise collaborative knowledge sharing environment, creating a learning organization, delivering value based on customer and stakeholder knowledge and transforming enterprise knowledge into shareholder and stakeholder value.
"We are delighted that eClerx has been honored as a 2013 MAKE India winner for the third consecutive year - and pleased that Indian-based Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally recognized KM and IC experts recognize the importance we place on leveraging knowledge management and organizational learning for creating value for our clients,” said PD Mundhra, Co-Founder and Executive Director of eClerx. “Now in its 10th year, our KM practice continues to be at the core of our competitive advantage as our robust knowledge acquisition, creation, and dissemination practices shape our ability to design and deliver industry leading services with quality, time-to-market, and productivity effectiveness."
The 2013 MAKE winners were selected by a panel of Indian-based Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally recognized knowledge management/ innovation/ intellectual capital experts and were announced during a special Awards ceremony at the Confederation of Indian Industry’s “Knowledge Summit 2014” in Bangalore, on February 21, 2014. Only organizations founded and headquartered in India were eligible for the awards.