Censof partners Microsoft to deliver GRP system for Govt, public sector needs

Censof group managing director Ameer Shaik Mydin

KUALA LUMPUR: Censof Holdings Bhd is collaborating with Microsoft to deliver its Government Resource Planning (GRP) system, which will run on Microsoft Azure, to meet the evolving needs of the government and public sector.

Group managing director Ameer Shaik Mydin said the GRP system is a flexible and scalable modular financial management system, redefines the future of resource planning for the country’s public sector while enabling the government to deliver enhanced public services with greater accountability and transparency to the people.

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