TM ONE introduces new brand strategy and enhanced website

KUALA LUMPUR: TM ONE, the enterprise and public sector solutions arm of Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has introduced a new brand theme, "Taking Transformation Forward" to reflect its commitment as the key digital transformation enabler for Malaysia's enterprise and public sector.

TM ONE's executive vice president and chief executive officer, Ahmad Taufek Omar said a redesigned and revamped website was also unveiled in tandem with the new tagline.

"We are very excited with the new tagline as it further defines our role of taking the digital transformation of our customers across various verticals forward with our comprehensive suite of state-of-the-art and innovative digital solutions.

"To complement it, we gave our website a significant facelift with intuitive navigation and a plethora of content; tailored for different industries," he said in a statement, today.

Ahmad Taufek said the new website will be the content hub and reference source for customers in their journey towards taking transformation forward.

"Visitors will also be able to enjoy personalisation features, providing them with unique content relevant to their business and industry," he said.

Among key highlights of the redesigned website is the interactive virtual reality content which allows customers to experience a virtual visit to the Klang Valley Data Centre (KVDC), and the upcoming TM ONE Experience Centre.


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