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China Pacific Insurance recently became the first Chinese company to achieve a TMMi professional qualification. This has helped lead the way for other organisations in Asia to pursue the certification for themselves.
According to the TMMi Foundation, China Pacific Insurance was handed its TMMi Level 5 certification towards the end of November, with the award presented by Clive Bates of TMMi Foundation.
This represented the first company in the nation to receive this certification, and has helped other businesses follow the same lead.
Since then, TMMi Foundation revealed that the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Data Center Consolidation (Beijing)) has also managed to obtain the TMMi Level 5 certification.
This reflects the increasing number of TMMi professional exams being taken in China recently, with this figure growing by 50 per cent in 2018 compared with 2017’s statistics.
So far this year has seen 60 of these assessments being taken in China, which is significantly more than the 40 that were undergone last year. This is also a massive climb from previous years when the number of professional TMMi exams taken in the country was just over 20 in 2016 and fewer than ten in 2015.
China is not the only country in Asia that is pursuing these important and useful qualifications as Telekom Malaysia Berhard was recently awarded the TMMi Level 3 certificate.