HONG KONG, Nov. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- NetDragon Websoft Inc. ("NetDragon", Stock Code: 777), a leading online game and mobile Internet platform developer and operator in China, announces that the company has been honored with the 2011 Asian Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award at the recent awarding ceremony in Seoul, South Korea.
The MAKE Award was given by London-based KNOW Network, aiming to recognize enterprises promoting good knowledge management. NetDragon was selected from 78 nominees for its outstanding performance in enterprise-wide knowledge management and honored with MAKE Award together with Asian Development Bank, Siemens Limited China, Samsung, Toyota, Unilever and China Merchants Bank, as one of the three Chinese mainland award-winning enterprises.
Since its inception, NetDragon has been embracing a corporate culture of "innovation" and "learning". Gradually, NetDragon formed three knowledge-driven mechanisms, "Seeking Best Practices", "Stabilizing with IT Technology" and "Game-orientation", and created a good internal learning environment allowing for knowledge generation, exchange, accumulation and sharing within the enterprise. All the above tightly knitted lays a solid foundation for the company to constantly launch novel online games and mobile Internet applications.
NetDragon Websoft Inc. is a leading innovator and creative force in China's online gaming and mobile internet industries. Established in 1999, we are a vertically integrated developer & operator of MMORPGs and a cutting-edge R&D powerhouse. We launched our first self-made online game Monster & Me in 2002, followed by multiple titles including Eudemons Online, Conquer Online, Heroes of Might & Magic Online and Disney Fantasy Online. We are also China's pioneer in overseas expansion, directly operating titles in overseas markets since 2004 in English, Spanish, Arabic and other languages. Our online games currently in development include Dungeon Keeper Online (previously named as World of Dungeon Keeper), TRANSFORMERS Online, icombo (previously named as Cross Gate), and a new version of Ultima Online. In the mobile Internet industry, we provide China's leading marketplace for smartphone users, offering applications and content for the most popular mobile operating systems. NetDragon owns many well-known mobile Internet products, including 91 Panda Reader, 91 PC Suite, 91 Panda Space, 91 mobile portal and hiapk.com.
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