December 29, 2014
Tata Housing bags the Best Technological Innovation in Consumer Approach award at the CNBC Awaaz Real Estate Awards 2014
National: Continuing its winning streak, Tata Housing Development Company (Tata Housing), India's fastest growing real estate Development Company, was honoured at the CNBC Awaaz Real Estate Awards 2014 as the 'Best Technological Innovation in the Consumer Approach'. The company was conferred the award at Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi for its outstanding commitment for technological innovations in the industry for its pioneering initiative of Online Selling of Homes.
Speaking on the occasion, Brotin Banerjee, MD & CEO, Tata Housing said, "We at Tata Housing have constantly yearned to stay ahead of the curve and ingrain a culture of innovation. In our quest to become a customer centric organization, our efforts have been centred around identifying newer avenues for conducting business, reaching the customer through multiple channels thus ensuring we remain a name to reckon with in the Industry. We are proud to receive this award and will continue our endeavour to bring technological innovation".
The winners were chosen from over 12,000 projects by an esteemed jury comprising Keki Mistry, vice chairman & CEO, HDFC; Kishore Biyani, CEO, Future Group; Rajiv Sabharwal, executive director, ICICI Bank; Arun Nanda, executive director, Mahindra & Mahindra; Altaf Miller, ABM architect; Pranay Vakil, chairman, Pranon Consultancy; Akhtar Chauhan, founder principal, Rizvi College of Architecture; Anil Harish, partner, DM Harish & Co; and Zia Modi, partner, AZB.
CNBC Awaaz Real Estate Awards 2014 is India's biggest and most credible real estate awards which aim to salute the projects that have been creating a mark for themselves. These exclusive awards not only identify but also honour the professionals who have envisioned and created marvels in the real estate industry to create a mark of India's development on the map of the world. These awards are driven by stringent criteria and a robust methodology along with a comprehensive multi city survey and a two phased jury process which would identify India's best most preferred projects and the winning teams behind them.