By The Nation
The aim of the joint project is to promote technology ecosystem collaboration among members from both platforms including Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, and Singapore. This will facilitate innovation, international networks, business opportunities as well as increase media channels and activities. Experts in each of the countries can serve at the centre of high-quality human resources in technology, the partners say.
Open-Tec is a tech knowledge-sharing platform operated by TCC Technology Group, an integrated technology infrastructure provider in Thailand. It is ready to collaborate with W.Media Pte Ltd, a global B2B technology marketing agency that specialises in public relations, media and events for four major mutual interests:
● Cross-border activities: Co-developing country members in terms of technology skills and knowledge updates on technology trends in the digital era.
● Cross-ecosystem: Co-creating new methods to connect the ecosystem for long-term collaborative learning according to country members’ needs as well as publicizing change of directions in each country member.
● Cross-platform: Levelling up the body of tech knowledge between trustful platforms to build trust and success in various industries.
● Cross-media: Promoting communications with the public about members’ digital strategies, initiatives and workforce capability.
“Open-Tec is a platform created from TCC Technology Group that is intent on collecting and sharing knowledge of technology to build organizational innovation for TCC Group’s employees as well as startups, corporates and students in Thailand,” said Waleeporn Sayasit, corporate communications director of TCC Technology Co., Ltd. (TCCtech).
“ We are delighted to announce the collaboration between Open-Tec and W.Media that leads us on to a challenging goal in increasing benefits for the people in the region. Each country is striving to build a strategic alliance with international organizations for new collaborations. “To increase positive impact on business and social sustainability, this can be done through tech knowledge sharing and learning in the international arena which is another alternative way to integrated sustainable development.”
Vincent Liew, co-founder and director of W.Media Pte Ltd, said: “Asean nations are expected to become the fourth largest economy in the world by 2030 and digital transformation to Industry 4.0 can be accelerated by combining ideas and resources.”