COVID-19 has single-handedly disrupted the world in many ways. Aside from all the gloom and doom, it is a booster for digital transformation. There is a convergence of digital and physical space. What is the outlook of post COVID-19 and how can we adapt to our ever-changing environment? What do we need to do in order to stay relevant and competitive?
Let’s learn how these thriving technology companies breeze through the storm of COVID-19 by transforming digitally and also enabling other businesses to digitally transform.
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See Wai Hun was chosen as one of the select group of Digerati50 together with other leading industry figures such as Tony Fernandes (AirAsia), Azran Osman-Rani (iFlix) and Yasmin Mahmood (MDeC).
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Apace with the company's growth, CEO See Wai Hun at New Strait Times interview encouraged women to be more interested in the world of IT giving an interesting point about having a feminine touch in the software world dominated by men.
In this interview with Freda Liu , Wai Hun recounts starting up a software company at the time when the Asian Financial Crisis took place in 1997. Together with a brilliant technologist John Lim, CTO of Juris, they formed a company that provided the solution to the uprising NPLs in the banking industry which rose up to 9% in 1998.