Source Code a Nepali IT firm bags the 8th mBillionth Award in South Asian Region
Source Code, an IT firm working on capital market technologies, bags 8thmBillionth award held in New Delhi, India on 4th of August, 2017 for its project –Nepali Paisa mobile application for Android platform. Amongst the 294 entries from across South Asia, 65 finalists were shortlisted from 10 different categories wherebySource Code was awarded for its project Nepali Paisa under Media and Entertainment division .mBillionth is an initiative taken by Digital Empowerment Foundation to recognize and honor excellence in mobile communications across South Asia.
“Winning this prestigious award has not only helped Source Code gain recognition in Nepalese IT market but has also created a benchmark of excellence for all Nepalese IT professionals in the global market. This award has equally helped Nepali Paisa mobile application to be recognized as ‘The most comprehensive app for Nepalese Share Market.’ Furthermore, Source Code thrives to excel and develop more applications for the financial sector helping in the nation’s growth”- says Abhijit Shrestha, Managing Director of Source Code Pvt. Ltd.
With the rapid increase in penetration of mobile technology across almost all socio-economic strata around the world, the mobile phone has emerged as the most powerful digital tool for empowerment across the globe. This is more so in South Asia, Asia Pacific and other parts of the developing world.
Recognizing this phenomenon, in 2010 the Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF) spun off from its highly successful Manthan Awards a separate award – the mBillionth Award South Asia – only for recognizing excellence in mobile innovations for development.
The mission of this platform is to make the mBillionth Award South Asia the most influential and leading platform to explore, recognize and honor excellence in mobile innovations, applications and content services for development and empowerment across South Asia.