Radiant rides on strong digitisation wave


Smart move: A 7-Eleven staff is seen cleaning the premises in this file picture. The firm is a client of Radiant which digitalised and automated its outlets nationwide.

DESPITE facing the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic, ACE Market-listed Radiant Globaltech Bhd managed to deliver growth in its bottom line in its recently reported quarter ended June 30.

Managing director Paul Yap tells StarBizWeek that it is anticipating the momentum for growth to sustain in the coming quarters as it is supported by the increased awareness on digitalisation, especially with Covid-19 not going away anytime soon.

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Radiant Globaltech Bhd , Pul Yap ,

   

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