Incite aims to speed up digitalisation of SMEs


Incite Innovations Group chief executive officer Tham Lih Chung.

While various measures have been put in place to elevate the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector to a higher level, it still trails behind in digitalisation.

A recent report, Malaysia Economic Monitor February 2023: Expanding Malaysia’s Digital Frontier, unveils a significant digital divide among businesses in Malaysia, indicating that SMEs in the country face productivity challenges and exhibit lower rates of technology adoption compared to their global counterparts.

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