In the third part of the Malaysia Reimagined.Now series with Accenture, four leading corporate figures share their thoughts around digital.
Startup provides B2B services by utilising Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing in chatbots that speak Bahasa Indonesia.
Responsible for business development and operations as well as helping clients shape and deliver large-scale company transformation programmes.
Accenture Malaysia leads a discussion between the Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Khazanah Nasional and the Employees Provident Fund on digital transformation and its implications for Malaysia.
Accenture’s new country managing director, Azwan Baharuddin, talks to Karamjit Singh about digital disruption and the steady hand of Accenture.
Global consulting firm, Accenture, targets a workforce of 50% women and 50% men.
Island republic’s public service technology leaders rank increasing customer service as their number one outcome to achieve, along with Japan and Australia.
Azwan Baharuddin wants to be a key player in shaping the nation’s vision for the next 30 years.
Survey spells out three equalisers to help women in the workplace grow their careers and close the pay gap.
Don’t rely on goodness of technology leaders, there will be less jobs, especially white collar ones, so be prepared.