Shah Alam council bags gold medal in international event on quality control

The EX7 team representing MBSA receiving the gold medal in Jakarta, Indonesia.

THE EX7 team from Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) won a gold medal at the International Convention on Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) in Jakarta, Indonesia.

The international convention was attended by 328 participants from 65 innovation groups.

They represented 40 public and private sector organisations such as Petronas, Proton, Telekom Malaysia Bhd, Malaysian Airport Holdings Bhd, and the Malaysian Customs Department.

More than 1,000 teams from 13 countries, including Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Mauritius participated in the global competition.

MBSA’s EX7 team members were from various departments who worked together on the eMMASA system, which improves the council’s assessment tax collection system.

Led by Wan Suraya Sahabaludin, the group included Maysarah Mohd Yusuf and Muhammad Fauzee Arippin from the Valuation and Property Management Department, Najhan Pata Sairi from the Information Technology Division, Hairuddin Saidan from the Building Department, as well as Muhammad Yusob, Ahmad Fazelly Razali and Mira Edreena Haris from the Engineering Department.

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