Censof appoints Vicks Kanagasingam as CEO of Censof Digital

Vicks Kanagasingam

KUALA LUMPUR: Censof Holdings Bhd has appointed Vicks Kanagasingam as chief executive officer (CEO) of Censof Digital Sdn Bhd (CDSB) with effect from Jan 1, 2022.

In a statement, Censof said Vicks had over 28 years of experience in leadership roles in sales, business development, partner/alliance management, marketing and operations primarily in the telecommunications and information technology industry.

He has developed businesses in Asia Pacific for start-ups from the United Kingdom, France and Australia, securing multi-million dollar contracts from communication service providers including Telstra in Australia, Maxis, Celcom and Astro in Malaysia and Telkomsel, Axis and XL in Indonesia, to name a few.

He is no stranger to the technology start-up scene, having

founded IoT Integrator, which was acquired by Xperanti IoT (M) Sdn Bhd in 2018 and appointed as CEO of Xperanti – Malaysia’s first licensed dedicated Internet of Things (IoT) network and solutions provider.

“I am honoured to be given this opportunity to join CDSB as it is a sound company with a vision to help the country fast-track its digital transformation agenda.

“I am putting in place plans to build an ecosystem of local tech start-ups, which will drive the nation’s digitalisation plans,” Vicks said.

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