EPF plans to invest RM130mil in IT to improve service


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  • Wednesday, 22 Jan 2003

THE Employees Provident Fund (EPF) plans to invest about RM130mil in information technology (IT) over the next three years to provide better service to its 10.3 million members and 340,000 contributing employers, said deputy chief executive officer II Rusma Ibrahim. 

Rusma did not provide further details on the IT investment plan, saying only the EPF was actively pursuing other IT initiatives to increase its efficiency and profit. 

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