New York-based and Malaysian-managed Rototype International has deployed a project in Nigeria that it believes will help propel that nation towards its vision of a cashless society that will also reduce money-laundering and crime.
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The Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (Asocio) has recognised Malaysian entrepreneur Harres Tan for his 30 years of outstanding contribution to the growth of ICT in the region.
Rototype International, which provides end-to-end banking solutions and self-service banking machines, has appointed Irwin Oh its new CEO; Harres Tan will assume the role of Group CEO.
Malaysia does not have enough skilled ICT staff to meet its own national aspirations, let alone compete against other economies in the region. Tertiary institutes are working with the industry to address the issue, however.
THE Malaysian Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry is facing one of its greatest challenges and strangest dichotomies: A lack of skilled workers and a glut of jobs. In essence, there are too many jobs out there not being filled, while you get complaints that too many graduates cannot find jobs. DNA explores how we got to this impasse.