Petronas Dagangan, Maxis to offer big data analytics, converged solutions


From left are Petronas Dagangan chief technology officer Wan Yussman Wan Yusof, Petronas Dagangan managing director and CEO Azrul Osman Rani, Maxis CEO Gokhan Ogut and Maxis chief enterprise business officer CEO Paul McManus at the recent signing ceremony of the MoU.

KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas Dagangan Bhd and Maxis have teamed up to offer converged solutions focusing on safety, security and sustainability for businesses.

In a joint statement issued on Wednesday, the companies said the partnership will also focus on leveraging big data and advanced analytics to create unique retail experiences at Petronas stations.

Petronas Dagangan managing director and CEO Azrul Osman Rani said the move was part of its retail transformation strategy.

“Leveraging technology and innovation, we aspire to be at the forefront of the industry and continuously delight our customers in meeting their changing needs and lifestyles, ” he said.

Maxis’ CEO Gokhan Ogut said in this era of Industry 4.0, they are excited to be leveraging the immense potential of technology and building a strong digital ecosystem to bring value to customers.

He said both companies have a shared vision in a fast-evolving digital landscape. Maxis’ experience in Big Data Analytics, and advanced technology enables its to offer better converged solutions for its customers.

As for Petronas Dagangan, it continuously strives to create innovative solutions for its customer, for example Setel, Malaysia’s first mobile application that integrates the e-payment platform with the fuel pump, Kedai Mesra and loyalty benefits, revolutionising customers experience at the pump.

Both companies will also go to market with converged end-to-end business solutions that will offer greater convenience and cost optimisation, while ensuring the safety and security of their assets, fleet and drivers.

This move will enable Petronas Dagangan and Maxis Business customers can benefit from a wider suite of solutions ranging from asset management to logistic services.

From left are Petronas Dagangan chief technology officer Wan Yussman Wan Yusof, Petronas Dagangan managing director and CEO Azrul Osman Rani, Maxis CEO Gokhan Ogut and Maxis chief enterprise business officer CEO Paul McManus at the recent signing ceremony of the MoU.

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