Speakers at MALAYSIA SME ® event explain how SMEs can cope with trade credit woes  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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Late payments, bad business  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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MDeC awards Profitera – CDP Achievement Award (Product Assessment and Rating Standards) – December 8, 2010  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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PETALING JAYA, December 8, 2010 - Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) awarded Profitera Corporation Sdn Bhd (Profitera) the Certification of MSC Malaysia Capability Development Achievement for Profitera’s software – PowerApps, which is a comprehensive software solution for Revenue Collections, Debt Recovery and Agency Management. This certificate is given to resilient Malaysian companies who have maximized their potential through process improvements, technical product assessment and refined business management throughout the year.

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Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum 2007 in Hotel Nikko  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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Date : 20 - 21 November 2007 (Tue - Wed)

Venue : Grand Ballroom, Hotel Nikko

Website : http://www.kliff2007.com

Profitera Corporation made a presence at Kuala Lumpur Islamic Finance Forum 2007 (KLIFF), which took place from 20-21November 2007, in Hotel Nikko, Kuala Lumpur. KLIFF aims at gathering great minds and experienced practitioners to discuss pertinent issues on Islamic banking and finance.

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Open source gathers steam in Malaysia  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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PETALING JAYA--Open source software (OSS) adoption is growing steadily in Malaysia, where IT practitioners in the industry are optimistic its development will make greater strides in the coming years.

According to Ditesh Kumar, OSS developer evangelist for Malaysia's Free and Open Source (FOSS) Foundation, OSS is being widely adopted across all the major verticals including public, technical, educational, financial and services sectors, and even within small and midsize enterprises (SMEs). Read more at ZDNet website

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Q&A with Profitera CEO on Open Source  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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PETALING JAYA--The following is an excerpt from the interview done by Edwin Yapp who is a freelance IT writer based in Malaysia with Profitera Corporation CEO & President, Mr KeshMahinder Singh.

  1. Press >>: On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate the adoption of OSS in the country? Why do you give that rating?

    Kesh >>: I believe the adoption rate is higher amongst the IT vendors providing solutions to their customers than the user side. My view is that the IT companies / vendors that is not too Microsoft'ish in their technology choice have an 80% ++ adoption rate of OSS. This goes from the one man show to the giants in town who are delivering national projects with millions of customers in the systems.
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Malaysian ISV rides on IBM testbed  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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PETALING JAYA--Malaysia-based independent software vendors (ISV) Profitera sidestepped a myriad of business and technical challenges when it turned to computing giant IBM for leverage on software testing and development.

KeshMahinder Singh, founder and chief executive of Profitera, said Big Blue's Innovation Center in Malaysia helped his company gained quantifiable advantages, which he would not have experienced otherwise.

"With [the center], a local ISV like us can gain access to hardware, software test tools, deep access to research and development expertise, and the IBM knowledge base--all for free," KeshMahinder told ZDNet Asia, on the sidelines of a media briefing Wednesday. Profitera, an ISV specializing in revenue collection and debt recovery management software, is headquartered in Malaysia and has offices in United States and Singapore. Read more at ZDNet website

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IBM Innovation Center proves value for Business Partners  Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 27 June 2007 - IBM Malaysia today reaffirmed their commitment to business partner community in a press session where the company charted its progress and announced new solutions available at the center at the Kuala Lumpur IBM Innovation Center. The center was launched in October last year to help IBM Business Partners in the ASEAN region build innovative, open-standards-based, technology solutions. Located at its head quarters, the center was designed to strengthen its commitment to develop the business partner community in the region.

Since its launch nine months ago, the center has provided partners from Philippines, Thailand Singapore and Malaysia from various industries ranging from banking, insurance, manufacturing and healthcare with the tools and hands-on support. This has helped them to build, enable, port and test their solutions and industrial applications on IBM hardware and software platforms including WebSphere, DB2, Lotus and Rational software. Skilled IBM experts provide consulting expertise for technical issues on hardware and software, at various stages of the development and testing lifecycle.
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