JOS Malaysia strikes new dynamic synergy


JOS MY’s new role will place it as a leading system integration solutions and service provider and strengthen its cause to generate more meaningful collaborations and working relationships.

The tech company offers innovative solutions to the Malaysian markets

FORMERLY known as HKBN JOS (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, JOS (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (JOS MY), has consolidated its network and partnerships towards raising its standard of service and business solutions to customers.

A joint venture between two firmly established and experienced telcos from Singapore and Hong Kong, JOS MY now operates under the umbrella of StarHub Singapore.

The union with these two companies will place JOS MY in an advantageous position to expand its market share within the region and offer premier services to its customers.

This new direction will cement JOS MY’s position as a leading system integration solutions and service provider and strengthen its cause to generate more meaningful collaborations and working relationships, especially within the infrastructure and technology sectors.

“Our goal is to play a key driving role in the growth and expansion of our existing customers while generating new partnerships, as corporations rally through changing global and economic landscapes,” said JOS MY managing director, Steven Soo.

“Digital transformation and cybersecurity are critical in today’s new norm of business operations and working remotely without security measures leads to data damage, unauthorised access and misuse,” Soo added.

This is where the company expertise and a broad range of solutions and services come into play.

JOS MY managing director, Steven Soo: “JOS MY is looking to serve the telco and logistics markets with more market segments identified to anchor the company’s future growth and expansion.”JOS MY managing director, Steven Soo: “JOS MY is looking to serve the telco and logistics markets with more market segments identified to anchor the company’s future growth and expansion.”

With five core components encompassing cloud computing, next-gen infrastructure, cybersecurity, digital solutions and end-user computing, it is a holistic provider of digital solutions with a comprehensive range of supporting services.

With its wide knowledge and experience, it is positioned to provide valuable ICT and Digital solutions to various industry sectors, backed by a successful track record of more than 30 years in the ICT market.

The company works with various partners in the finance services industry, F&B, hi-tech manufacturing, healthcare, media, education and retail sectors.

Soo said JOS MY is soon looking to serve the telco and logistics markets with more market segments identified to anchor the company’s future growth and expansion.

“We have a strong team and now supported by both StarHub and HKBN, we are confident that we can be of even greater value and assistance to customers,” he added.

He emphasised that the new joint venture arrangement will strengthen the company’s position as a leading player in the ICT market and the company looks forward to greater customer confidence and expanded business opportunities.

New eco-system subsidiaries are also expected to benefit from new solutions and services that will be available.

These include data centre hosting and the development of big data applications.

“These new solutions and services will further cement JOS MY’s role as a trusted ICT solution and service provider within the Asian region,” he concluded.

For more on JOS MY, visit the website at www.jos.com.my or LinkedIn @josmalaysia.

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