SMEs urged to make ‘intelligent enterprise’ transition

Rani (near centre, in red dress) with Hong (behind her in centre) and representatives from PIKOM’s CIO (chief information officer) chapter and SAP Malaysia.

SAP Malaysia has called on local businesses to embrace latest technologies in an effort to become “intelligent enterprises”.

“Best-run businesses are intelligent enterprises which are able to break down silos through the adoption of intelligent, dynamic, cross-functional business processes to deliver optimal experiences,” said SAP Malaysia managing director Hong Kok Cheong.

“SAP is for everyone, including small-medium enterprises (SMEs),” he added. “We are at the forefront of 25 various industries, and we can help SMEs learn from larger enterprises such as making their supply chain process shorter and more effective. “

Hong was speaking at a breakfast roundtable with the CIO (chief information officer) chapter of the National Technology Association of Malaysia also known as “PIKOM”.

Present at the event included PIKOM CIO Chapter chairperson Rani Nathwani who is also Prince Court Medical Centre Bhd CIO, together with deputy chairperson and MYDIN Mohamed Holdings Bhd IT director Malik Murad Ali.


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