ASUS is listed in Fortune’s 2020 World’s Most Admired Companies

ASUS announced that it has been recognized by Fortune as one of the
World’s Most Admired Companies for the fifth time, reaching an
important ranking in the Computer category and receiving recognition
for the quality of its products and services, as well as for its value
as a long-term investment. ASUS has had a dynamic start in 2020 with
the announcement of a new line of products, including notebooks,
monitors, smartphones and video game accessories.

Appearing within the ranking continues this momentum and underscores
ASUS’ commitment to delivering incredible innovations to create a more
sincere, joyful and ever-present smart life. “We are honored to
receive this recognition from Fortune once again this year,” Said ASUS
President Jonney Shih. “The reputation we have achieved worldwide
reflects and validates our company’s vision of becoming the world’s
most admired technology innovation company.”

For its part, Ariela Mendel, Marketing Manager of ASUS Chile, says
that “be recognized a year more in this prestigious ranking is a
source of pride for a brand that in all parts of the world in which it
has a presence, including of course Chile, tries to leave an imprint
of innovation”.

Methodology of the survey
Fortune collaborated with partner Korn Ferry to conduct its annual
survey. From a list of approximately 1500 candidates, the 1000 largest
companies in the United States were selected based on revenue,
together with companies outside of the United States of the database
of the Fortune Global 500, with incomes over $10 billion or more. The
companies of higher revenues in each industry were selected, totaling
680 of 30 countries. The companies of higher revenues in each industry
were selected, totaling 680 of 30 countries.

To determine the companies best considered in 52 industries, Korn Ferry asked him to
executives, managers and analysts to qualify companies of the final
list of 680 companies in their own industry with nine criteria,
including investment, value, quality management, products, social
responsibility and ability to attract talent.