Dnex secures maintenance job for IRB tax system

Dnex executive chairman Syed Zainal said the maintenance contract will put Dnex on a better footing.

PETALING JAYA: Dagang Nexchange Bhd’s (Dnex) subsidiary, Innovation Associates Consulting Sdn Bhd (IAC), has secured a maintenance contract from the Inland Revenue Board (IRB).

In a statement, the group said IAC will undertake the application and maintenance of IRB’s Malaysia Hasil Integrated Taxation Systems (HITS) for the one-year duration of the contract.

The contract, valued at RM4.05mil, is expected to commence in February 2023 and be operationalised at IRB’s headquarters in Cyberjaya.

Dnex executive chairman Tan Sri Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir said the maintenance contract will put Dnex on a better footing and reinforce the company’s technology consulting and system integration arm to expand its digital capabilities in pursuit of becoming a top regional digital transformation player.

“We can assist our clients in aligning strategic business missions with their practices by leveraging technologies such as artificial intelligence and big data analytics, backed by our in-house online and on-site certified technical support technicians as a value-added customer experience,” he added.

In addition, the maintenance contract with IRB’s HITS will further extend IAC’s capabilities in the deployment and maintenance of a complex system developed using a low-code application development platform.

The company will also continue to develop its capabilities while aggressively expanding its market share for new projects in the public and private sectors locally and overseas.

It noted that IAC had extensive experience in delivering complex projects in the areas of Next-generation Enterprise Resource Planning solutions, Cloud Application and Migration Services, as well as Consulting and Digital Capability.

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