uCustoms system did kick-off, helped govt collect RM200mil in duties, says IT vendor


KUALA LUMPUR: The uCustoms project, which was revealed to be incomplete in the Auditor-General's (AG's)Report 2019 (Series 2), had actually started in Port Klang and Sabah, claims the IT company behind the system.

Brilliance Information Sdn Bhd director Asmar Haiza Ishak (pic) said the uCustoms system, which was developed for the Customs Department, had been in operation and managed to collect millions of ringgit in duties.

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