Plans to hire 200 employees for the Oracle Digital Sales Hub The hub, located in Kuala Lumpur, will serve customers from 23 countries ORACLE Corp, one of the top software companies globally in terms of revenue, has decided to build one of its five state-of-the-art Digital Sales Hub in Malaysia.
A prominent property developer ties up with a unicorn, a telco talks about usage based cost for fixed broadband, the Digital Economy takes prominence in Malaysia, and Karamjit Singh sees a common thread of convergence accelerating.
Christophorus Bema Indrajid of Indonesian-based Aimsis has turned his entrepreneurial focus on schools by creating an integrated online system.
Xero integrates with UOB to allow small businesses using the bank in Singapore to connect their bank accounts and Xero subscription.
AirAsia said its data science unit MadCience Consulting has entered into an agreement to set up a data analytics joint venture in Asia Pacific with Edinburgh-based Big Data For Humans (Bd4h).
Intralinks has announced the appointment of Allan Robertson as senior vice president of sales for Asia Pacific.
Singapore-based Deskera said it will invest S$50 million (US$37 million) over the next three years to build its own cloud data centre in the city-state.
Axcelasia Inc hopes to grow its Enterprise Management System business significantly over the next three years, saying that more organisations are starting to see the benefits of having good governance and risk management.
KL-based Coastal Hectares has developed Kakitangan.com to help Malaysian SMEs automate their HR processes via the cloud, and is now ready for the next level.
TradeGecko’s newly-minted marketing head speaks to Benjamin Cher on the Singaporean startup’s SME focus, as well as its expansion and its future.