As the drive towards digitalisation ramps up, many businesses are scaling with most of them looking to migrate their operations to cloud solutions. Adopting cloud solutions is a viable option these days, for instance it reduces the need for companies to purchase equipment or build data centres, also most solution offered are on a subscription model which works well for businesses during these climate.
The growing demand for these services will bode for VSTECS Berhad a local ICT company that has now been appointed as the distributor for Alibaba Cloud Solutions. This appointment will add to its other cloud service the group is currently offering giving customers selections to cater for their needs.
Alibaba Cloud is the first global cloud player to have a direct presence in Malaysia with two data centres and first cloud-based anti-DDoS scrubbing centre established locally, the provider offers top-of-the-line cloud products, technical enablement, and go-to-market resources and support for any industry.
Mr Soong Jan Hsung, Chief Executive Officer of VSTECS Berhad stated, “Cloud adoption has become an essential part of the new agile business world. Since opening its data centres in Malaysia in 2017 and 2018, Alibaba Cloud has been providing Malaysian enterprises a local choice to build their businesses and run their applications on an advanced, reliable and secure cloud platform. This partnership with Alibaba Cloud comes at an opportune time as the nation progresses towards the National Digital Economy Blueprint (MyDigital) and will see us accelerating the digital transformation together. With our channel reach, we are confident this partnership will yield positive results for both parties moving forward.”
“We are happy to build up the partnership with VSTECS to continuously bring advanced, secure and reliable cloud services and technologies to businesses in Malaysia. Building up a comprehensive network of ecosystem partners has been one of our main focuses in this region. By leveraging VSTECS’s broad network and local resources, we believe the partnership will further upscale the local cloud computing market and better support the local businesses to embrace digital economy.” said Jordy Cao, General Manager of Malaysia, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence.