Digital push for oil palm plantations


By JOY LEE

Utilising data: Plantation owners need to leverage software for better efficiency, says Khor.

THE plantation industry has seldom featured in the growing talk on data and cloud technology. In comparison with other industries such as finance, telecommunications and manufacturing, the sector can somewhat be considered a laggard in adopting digital technology, says LintraMax (M) Sdn Bhd managing director Khor Kheng Khoon.

But over the last five years, large IT companies have started showing interest in developing solutions for the sector.

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