Digitisation

Many CEOs don’t expect return to normal until 2022: KPMG
In the 2021 KPMG CEO Outlook Pulse Survey, a majority of CEOs don’t expect normal to come so soon, and that their business models have "changed forever."
KJ: To really support local tech talent, we need to put our money where our mouth is
MYHackathon 2020 about digitalising govt services with solutions from rakyat 1,850 submissions, 36 winning ideas, 18 pilots - hoping for govt procurement
AWS: Seeing innovation across Southeast Asia
Touts customers' successes in the region beyond those in Singapore Companies on journey need bold vision, agile practices, but face skills bottleneck
Accenture: Have a growth mindset when managing liquidity
Going digital means becoming more agile, responsive, flexible The “never normal” future means companies need to tap into the ecosystem to survive "The main word of the year is 'unprecedented'. How many times I heard that over the past couple of months, it's amazing."
SCxSC 2020: ECF and P2P platforms in Malaysia breach US$240 mil raised in 2020
In his welcome remarks to the SCxSC Fintech Conference 2020, securities commission chairman Syed Zaid Albar talks about the success of alternative funding platforms, the increase in digital investment, and fascinating trends within the Malaysian fintech scene.
UEM Group Enables Data-Driven Decision-Making with Cloud Move
PLUS, UEM Edgenta & UEM Sunrise digitise procurement, finance, HR functions UEM Edgenta saving almost 50% business time to close its books every month
Axiata Digital’s Aspirasi sees financing & insurtech as enabler for SME digitisation
Aspirasi Assist, an initiative by Axiata Digital to providing financing to small businesses in the B40 group, showcases how changing access to finance can help MSMEs restart.
Dzof Azmi: My Fave 5 of 2019
A handful of Malaysian flavours that tantalise, promise and hopefully deliver.
Robert Walters 2020 Salary Report: Digitisation Spurs Demand for Tech Talent in Southeast Asia
Hybrid skills sought-after in managers who can use technology to drive core business Jobseekers open to non-permanent roles if can gain on-job experience, pick up new skills
Taking Google Malaysia to the next level
It’s not every day that a homegrown talent takes over the local chapter of one of the world’s biggest technology companies. Edwin Yapp sits down for a candid talk with Marc Woo, Google Malaysia’s country head and employee #1, who has been at the helm for about nine months.
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