Author: Karamjit Singh

No shady business behind ADAX
DNA finds the governance structure behind the Asean Data Analytics eXchange (ADAX) to be robust despite contrary claims, with a Big 4 accounting firm further providing recommendations on strengthening governance.
Has MaGIC moved the needle for Malaysia?
As the startup ecosystem waits with bated breath on the fate of MaGIC under the new government in Malaysia, Karamjit Singh asks if the startup agency has made an impact.
Week in Review: Not all problems that need to be solved have to be sexy
Karamjit Singh likes the fact that Radzi Tajuddin went after a pain point that was not sexy and kept his head down to build value in Hartabumi.
Making the tech work straight ‘out of the box’
Maxis believes its Enterprise solutions, working with best-in-class partners and delivered via a SaaS model will strike a chord with SMEs.
Week in Review: New Malaysian Communications and Multimedia minister needs to get on accelerated learning curve
Driving Malaysia’s Digital Economy forward will fall under Gobind Singh Deo’s portfolio Has to drive all parties hard to ensure Malaysia has world class telco and digital infrastructure   MALAYSIA’s peaceful transition of power from an incumbent party that had ruled the country since independence in 1957 to its defeat in the 9 May election, the 14th in the country’s history is still making global headlines.
Startup ecosystem loses its pillar in Irwan Serigar
Despite Irwan Serigar’s swift removal from his government post, the startup ecosystem should remember him for his invaluable service.
Week in Review: Using GE14 to illustrate the power of data and machine learning
CADS uses data and machine learning algorithms to see patterns from Twitter-verse about Malaysia’s GE14.
Swingvy raises Series A bridge round as it expands into insurtech
Malaysian based SaaS startup, Swingvy, raises an undisclosed new funding round as it expands into insurance from its HR offerings.
Anthony Tan’s billion $ monetisation challenge
No entrepreneur in Southeast Asia has ever raised as much funding for their company as Malaysian Anthony Tan has. His challenge will now be to justify the valuation accorded to him.
Week in Review: AI may run everything eventually, but it won’t be tomorrow
Don't let the headlines and hype about AI fool you into thinking everything is about to change soon, it's not, says Karamjit Singh. And watch out for quantum computing.
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