Accelerating digital transformation of public sector


Microsoft Malaysia managing director K Raman (left) and Censof Holdings Bhd group managing director Ameer Shaik Mydin at an event that will see Censof collaborating with Microsoft to accelerate digital transformation of the public sector in Malaysia.

PETALING JAYA: Censof Holdings Bhd is collaborating with Microsoft as one of its partners to advance the digital transformation of Malaysia’s key industries, including the public sector.

Under the collaboration Censof will be working together with Microsoft for its Government Resource Planning (GRP) system, which will run on Microsoft Azure.

Censof group managing director Ameer Shaik Mydin (pic) said the GRP system is a financial management system that will redefine 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.

“For Censof to arrive at this momentous milestone with Microsoft is a testament of our work in the digital transformation of the nation.

“This marks our initiative to strengthen Censof’s position as a significant player in providing efficient software solutions to the ministries and government agencies, ” he said in a statement yesterday.

He noted that in line with the objective of digitalising Malaysia, this collaboration will see Censof’s renowned GRP system being integrated seamlessly with Microsoft Azure and other data technologies.

The relationship reflects Censof’s joint commitment in supporting Microsoft’s “Bersama Malaysia” initiative, to advance the nation’s digital transformation across the public and private sectors, Ameer added.

He said the collaboration with Microsoft is made possible with the support and assistance by Crayon – a global leader in digital transformation services, and one of the few accredited Microsoft Azure Expert Managed Service Providers.

“Being the nominated partner by Censof for this project is a great honour for us. We are committed to bridge the growth of our partners, and hence add value by providing end-to-end services and premium support that will reflect positively on their adoption and optimisation performance, ” said Crayon Malaysia and Indonesia chief executive officer Harith Ramotheram.

Microsoft Malaysia managing director K Raman said Microsoft is committed to supporting Malaysia’s MyDigital ambitions and further empowering the nation’s inclusive digital economy in collaboration with the company’s strong ecosystem of partners.

“The government has outlined a progressive Digital-First and Cloud-First strategy for the public sector, and we look forward to working closely with Censof to help realise our nation’s digital goals, with Microsoft Azure as the trusted technology foundation for Malaysia, ” he said.

Article type: metered
User Type: anonymous web
User Status:
Campaign ID: 1
Cxense type: free
User access status: 3
Subscribe now to our Premium Plan for an ad-free and unlimited reading experience!
   

Next In Business News

Ringgit slips at the close, touches 4.40 mark against US dollar
Unemployment in October lowest since start of Covid-19 pandemic
Tuju Setia bags RM264mil contract to build apartments
Muhibbah wins new contract worth RM116.4mil
The hype around esports is fading as investors and sponsors dry up
Bursa Malaysia launches shariah-compliant carbon exchange
FBM KLCI rebounds to end on intraday high
Oil bounces on pipeline shutdown, but heads for weekly loss on demand woes
Change in govt administration will not derail RTS project: MRT Corp
Temasek's PSA explores multi-billion dollar exit from Hutchison Ports-sources

Others Also Read