Going digital and changing mindset

Smart City Industry Panel (from left): Chief Digital Officer of PwC Malaysia Michael Graham, Senior ICT Officer of MAMPU, Prime Minister’s Department Dr. Rosida Ab Razak, Managing Director of Cyberview Sdn Bhd Najib Ibrahim, Country SE Head Cybersecurity Engineering of Palo Alto Networks Malaysia David Rajoo & Executive Director of Smart City Council Australia New Zealand Adam Beck.

PETALING JAYA: More sectors are turning to digital technology and are utilising data to leverage growth opportunities and enable greater efficiency as they try to overcome the challenges brought on by the pandemic. Tech solution providers have certainly received more enquiries from companies of all sizes on how they can start their digitalisation journey.

Fusionex Group programme director Raymond Lee said data analytics can help companies find a solution to increase revenue or improve internal efficiency, high employee churn or machinery breakdown problems.

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