Infomina appointed Software AG's premier partner for Malaysia


KUALA LUMPUR: Infomina Bhd has entered into a collaboration with global technology provider Software AG as the latter seeks to expands its presence in the Malaysian market.

In a statement, Infomina said the tie-up with Software AG, which sees it being appointed the premier partner for Malaysia, aims to help its clients solve complex integration challenges and stay ahead of the changing digital landscape.

Via Software AG's webMethods, Infomina said it will offer its clients credible capabilities that span application, cloud, and big data integration, API management, master data management, B2B integration, and managed file transfer.

"Organisations are facing increasingly intricate challenges, from managing distributed workforces and disrupted supply chains to navigating trade regulations.

"While these challenges may persist, we can alleviate some of the complexity associated with addressing them," said Infomina managing director Yee Chee Meng.

Meanwhile, Software AG senior vice-president for API business Jonathan Heywood said there are strong positive signs from the government and the business community around the willingness and need for more advanced technological solutions for their businesses.

"Software AG has worked with over 10,000 businesses worldwide to help them build stronger connected enterprises and we strongly believe that the Malaysian market is poised to take a leap in technological development in the near future,” he said.

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