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THE Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (Pikom) recently honoured nine members of the information and communications technology industry for their efforts and contributions in developing the industry.  

The recipients were selected based on their contributions to the local ICT industry throughout the years. 

The recognitions were presented by Deputy Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha. 

This is the fourth year Pikom has honoured industry leaders for their achievements.  

From left: Pikom chairman Lee Boon Kok, Deputy Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha andMaxis Group CEO Datuk Jamaludin Ibrahim

 

From left: CMG Online Sdn Bhd general manager John Lee, Pikom adviser Foo Sen Chin, Tenaga Nasional Bhd president/CEO Datuk Seri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh, CMGHoldings Sdn Bhd founder and managing director Thed Cor Yong and Scicom (MSC) Bhd CEO/group executive director Leo Ariyanayakam

Pikom group (standing from left) Justin Tan from Extol, SV Lingam from Paradigm Systems, Eddie Yap from OSK Venture Equities, Thed Cor Yong from CMG Holdings, Leo Ariyanayakam from Scicom and Chew Liong Kim from Dataprep Holdings Bhd (Seated from left) Alex Wee from Datamation, Pikom chairman Lee Boon Kok, Datuk Kong Cho Ha and Datuk JamaludinIbrahim

From left: Pikom councillor Ralph Tay, Dataprep Holdings executive director Chew Liong Kim, Pikom councillors WoonTai Hai and Cheah Kok Hoong

 

 

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