SNS Network to supply apple products, accessories to Kumon Malaysia

SNS Network managing director Ko Yun Hung (left) and Kumon Malaysia general manager Atsushi Hasegawa (right).

PETALING JAYA: SNS Network Technology Bhd’s wholly-owned subsidiary, SNS Network (M) Sdn Bhd has signed a collaboration agreement with Kumon Education (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (Kumon Malaysia) for the supply of Apple iPad products and accessories.

As part of the agreement, SNS will create and maintain a portal from which Kumon Malaysia’s parents and students can access while also undertaking all services related to the supply of Apple iPad products and accessories.

“This collaboration enables Kumon Malaysia to gain access to a range of Apple products and accessories offered by SNS in a seamless manner and also allows us to better serve and communicate with parents and students through the dedicated portal.

“These products will enrich students’ after-school learning experience, providing them access to tools to stimulate their minds and enabling them to interact with each other,” managing director Ko Yun Hung said in a statement.

Kumon Malaysia general manager Atsushi Hasegawa said: “The supply of iPad products and accessories through the collaboration with SNS is part of Kumon Connect feature launched in January 2023 to encourage students to enjoy the learning process together online. We believe that digital learning is increasingly an important part of the entire learning process for students and we would like them to have a great head start.”

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