Speeding SMEs towards the digital era

Digitalisation is the way forward to help fuel the post-pandemic economic recovery.Digitalisation is the way forward to help fuel the post-pandemic economic recovery.

THE recent pandemic has affected changes in almost every aspect of our daily lives. This includes consumer behaviour, whereby circumstances have changed the way people shop with a major shift to online shopping which is prevalent till now.

While necessitating major changes for businesses, particularly the small and medium enterprises (SMEs), digitalisation opens up a whole new pool of consumers like never before – enabling businesses to reach out to a bigger portion of the population as they are no longer hindered by distance or location.

This means that digitalisation is the way forward, especially for SMEs who are now able to reach out to consumers all over the nation. This would help them grow even more as they expand their customer base and increase their sales.

Such stimulus is needed to help fuel the post-pandemic economic recovery.

To aid Malaysian SMEs in their journey towards digitalisation, integrated service provider Unifi – via Unifi Business – has unveiled its business solutions curated with fibre bundle to support micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Malaysia accelerate their digital business transformation.

Offering a complete ecosystem of consultation, connectivity, digital solutions and specialised services, Unifi Business aims to secure its position as the preferred digital partner for MSMEs.

With curated business solutions powered by fast and reliable fibre connectivity, the business solutions bundle includes a variety of connectivity speed range from 100mbps until 800mbps.

‘Digitalisation done right is the way to go,’ says Mohamad Yusman.‘Digitalisation done right is the way to go,’ says Mohamad Yusman.

“MSMEs form the backbone of our economy and they need to take timely advantage of the digital boom, which presents an ideal opportunity to navigate towards more sustainable growth,” says Mohamad Yusman Ammeran, Unifi Business SME segment head.

“Digitalisation done right is the way to go. Unifi Business is primed to help them get back on their feet, come back stronger and achieve positive gains through its innovative digital solutions.”

MSMEs can choose whichever suite of affordable business solutions that best suits their need:

Unifi Cloud Storage

Understanding how tedious storing valuable information is, this solution provides businesses flexible, safe and scalable data storage as well as access for multiple users and secured encryption for better business productivity.

Hosted locally at TM’s Green Data Centre-certified facilities, Unifi Cloud Storage provides a secure home for important files and information so businesses can focus on growing and being profitable.

Unifi eCommerce Hub

Designed to connect and maximise growth opportunities seamlessly, this solution offers a single and integrated platform with an easy-to-use interface.

Entrepreneurs can sync their offline and online sales channels, manage product inventories, orders, monitor sales and revenue, as well as social media enquiries. They can even build websites with built-in online payment features and delivery partner service.

Kaspersky Small Office Security

To assist MSMEs secure their business against cyber threats, this easy-to-deploy and straightforward solution allows them to get on with the important stuff like generating revenue and growing business.

The Kaspersky Small Office Security combines the simplicity of PC protection with special capabilities to keep businesses safe. With a “set and forget” security system, it protects Windows, Mac PCs, laptops and Android devices, as well as Windows file servers to secure the valuable files and documents.

Supported by a world-leading cyber security provider, the solution protects important things that matter to businesses regardless of IT skill level, providing “Always On-Security for Always-On Businesses”.

These bundles start from only RM139 a month for a bundle containing Unifi Business Fibre and Unifi Cloud Storage. However, these solutions are also available as a standalone, which allows businesses to customise their business solutions to better suit them.

The suite of business solutions offered by Unifi Business has been developed with MSMEs in mind and tailored to meet their needs with specialised services that add value for money.

Subscribers will enjoy fast and reliable connectivity to keep them connected at all times. With affordable options available to suit the needs of each business, more MSMEs will be able to embark on digitalisation towards sustainable growth.

Even better, all Unifi Business customers will enjoy member benefits through the Unifi Business Club (UBC) including access to its online portal that features insightful and inspiring content including webinars, talk shows, live chats, events, business tips and articles to help them keep learning.

Knowledge aside, UBC members also enjoy access to financial assistance, productivity boosters, digital marketing platforms, tools and community engagement programmes tailored to a variety of business needs.

UBC has supported over 380,000 businesses of all sizes and industries and aims to continue securing its position as the preferred digital partner for MSMEs.

Yusman added that Unifi Business will be with the MSMEs, guiding them on their digitalisation journey.

“Our certified Unifi Business consultant team is another testament to our commitment to serve MSMEs. They are certified with the International Certification for Digital Literacy (ICDL) and will offer continuous support and guidance,” he says.

Sign up with Unifi Business now and get a helping hand in expanding your business here.

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