2017 Taiwan-Malaysia Industrial Collaboration Summit - Building and strength the ICT Service Bridge
In order to promote the business opportunities in Malaysian market, International Division of Institute for Industry Information assisted the Ministry of Economic Affairs to launch the 2017 Taiwan-Malaysia Industrial Collaboration Summit in Taichung, which held a group of discussion panels for the information service industry. Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and a number of Malaysian-owned service providers came to Taiwan to participate in-depth interactions with more than 30 Taiwan-funded service providers and to discuss solid cooperation opportunities through one-on-one matchmaking sessions.
The discussion panel was moderated by Warren Chen , Chief Technology Officer of III and the brief introduction of digital development policy in Malaysia was given by Hew Wee Choong, Vice President, Investment and Industrial Development Branch, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC). Alim Ling Woh Soon, CEO of Barracuda Campus Sdn Bhd and Jack Lee , Senior Manager of MiTAC Information Technology Corp discussed and exchanged ideas on the application of Smart Education. Dr. Mohamad Azrin bin Zubir, CEO and Health IT Consultant of Meridian Project Management Sdn Bhd and Bing-Rong Hsieh, Manager of iMedtac Company Limited , shared their experience in introducing intelligent healthcare solutions to the hospitals. Lee Chee Hoo, CEO of Sophic Automation and Yushan Lee, Senior Manager of Shinewave International Inc. introduced how to build and fulfill the strategies of Smart Manufacturing.
In addition, III and MDEC signed the memorandum of understanding (MoU) together and will not only establish a long-term exchange mechanism, but will also cooperate in three major directions: 1. Establishing a platform for commercial matchmaking, holding annual exchange activities and seeking cooperation between both parties in information services and solutions program opportunities; 2. The service providers of both parties jointly form an industrial advisory group to integrate the expertise of both parties so as to enhance the technical energy and work together to seize the opportunities of ASEAN. 3. Within three years, both Taiwan and Malaysia will establish an experimental demonstration area in China to show the benefits through the programs.
Through the summit Tang Digital Integration, a Taiwanese-based company providing integration service and Pan Digital Business System Sdn. Bhd, a Malaysain-based company signed the memorandum of understanding (MoU) hoping to establish future cooperation. Pam Digital will promote digital reading through e-book platform, developed by Tang Digital Integration and hold an e-book contest in Malaysia to showcase Taiwan-funded ICT service solution.
Through this summit, the service providers of both Taiwan and Malaysia are looking forward to jointly developing business opportunities in Malaysia. By utilizing the geographical and cultural advantages of Malaysia and Taiwan's technologic energy both are hoping to establish further future cooperation in Southeast Asia markets.