Datasonic in tie-up to propose e-passport in Vietnam


In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Datasonic said the agreement shall commence from the date of its execution between the parties.

KUALA LUMPUR: Datasonic Group Bhd has signed an agreement to team up with Pham Gia Ecocon Plus Vietnam Co Ltd (PEPV) to propose e-Passport and/or other information and communications technology (ICT) projects to Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Datasonic said the agreement shall commence from the date of its execution between the parties.

Under the agreement, Datasonic shall be PEPV’s exclusive ICT partner for the projects, responsible for providing solutions and services as well as preparing the solution proposals and technical presentation activities for the potential projects, among others.

Meanwhile, PEPV shall exclusively represent and be Datasonic’s partner in Vietnam, responsible for marketing and business development, handling the accounts and contract management as well as providing local support and maintenance for the projects in the country.

“Datasonic is currently the biggest security-related ICT company in Malaysia with export capabilities, and the agreement is Datasonic’s strategic move to expand its business internationally.

“The business development activities in Vietnam, if successful, will contribute positively to Datasonic group’s future revenue and profitability, ” it said. — Bernama

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