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RECOGNISING the urgent need for digital transformation in a critical period of accelerating technology, over 500 local and international business leaders across corporates, government and large SMEs nationwide gathered at the inaugural Maxis Business Spark Summit 2019 at EQ Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
MAXIS is hosting the inaugural Maxis Business Spark Summit 2019 tomorrow to accelerate awareness and implementation of digital transformation initiatives across the country.
PENANG will play host to the 24th World Congress On Information Technology (WCIT2020 Malaysia) at Setia SPICE Convention Centre end of next year.
AS PART of the push to drive digital transformation and adoption across the nation, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is partnering with Pertubuhan Peladang Kawasan Kuala Langat (PPKKL), CIMB Bank Berhad and local payments system and infrastructure network PayNet to bring the latter’s DuitNow service to the Kuala Langat farming community.
THE Malaysia International Trade Exhibition Centre (Mitec) in Kuala Lumpur was abuzz with activities as the #mydigitalmaker Fair 2019 took place in a lively and fun-filled atmosphere.
EXPECT to see Cristiano Ronaldo in a series of initiatives by Shopee as the Portuguese football star is now the online shopping platform’s brand ambassador.
A SEMINAR will be held to brief tourism industry players on the assistance they can get from various agencies.
PENANG will hold the inaugural Techfest2020, in addition to playing host to the World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) 2020, both of which will take place in September next year.
IN conjunction with Tunku Abdul Rahman University College’s (TAR UC) 50th anniversary celebration, the Engineering and Technology Faculty (FOET) organised an insightful forum to look at some of the issues and concerns pertinent to artificial intelligence (AI).
THE Mayang Mall building in Bayan Baru which was turned into a Global Business Service (GBS) centre has generated some 2,000 high-income jobs, said Penang Development Corporation (PDC).