PHOTO - Speaking in Malaysia (from left) Motorola Solutions Malaysia country president Mohd Rauf Nasir and Motorola Solutions Asia Pacific vice president, Balbir Singh.
KUALA LUMPUR, 12 APRIL 2011 - Mission critical communications solutions provider Motorola Solutions wants to help the growth of Malaysia's key economic growth sectors, it said.
Motorola Solutions Malaysia country president Mohd Rauf Nasir said the company's experience in the key economic growths identified by the country's Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, during 2010. "The company's experience and portfolio embraces sectors such as public safety, retail, transportation, healthcare, logistics & supply chain, hospitality and tourism as well as education."
"Motorola Solutions is committed to working with the government and the enterprises in Malaysia to provide the industry's leading mission critical and business critical solutions that support Malaysia's goal of emerging as a knowledge-based economy on the global map," said Nasir. "Our long history in Malaysia gives us the ability to combine our global knowledge with the local talent as well as local insights to deliver innovative solutions that are robust, secure and best suited for local needs."
"With the formation of Motorola Solutions, we will be able to better our strategic flexibility and sharpen our customer focus that will not only benefit our customers, employees but also valued partners alike," he said.
"Motorola Solutions has been at the forefront of innovating public safety mobility solutions for more than 80 years," said Motorola Solutions Asia Pacific vice president, Balbir Singh. "This gives us the knowledge and the ability to create solutions that make government and enterprises take on the challenges of the dynamic world in which they operate. Motorola Malaysia is an important part of this ability to innovate solutions for the government, public safety and enterprise customers, including realising our next generation public safety and next generation enterprise vision."
Singh added that the company was positioned to meet a wide range of needs that required business critical mobility solutions, advanced data capture, integrated command and control communications, as well as WLAN [wireless local area network] solutions and advanced services, which is supported by operations in 65 countries.
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