Photo - (from left) Andrew Lee, Managing Director, NEC Corporation of Malaysia Sdn Bhd; and Lawrence Ang, Senior General Manager, NEC Corporation of Malaysia Sdn
Japanese-headquartered IT solutions firm NEC Corporation, which has marked its 25 years of operations in Malaysia, is targetting RM500 million (US$165.69 million) in revenue in the next three years in the country, it said.
During the launch of its Regional Retail Business Support Centre (RBSC) in Kuala Lumpur, NEC Corporation's Malaysia managing director, Andrew Lee, said: "We are extremely delighted with the introduction of this innovative solution - a move that strengthens NEC's solutions for local retail business, not just for Malaysia but also in the Asia Pacific region."
"In selecting Malaysia as a hub for regional retail business support, we hope to replicate the success that we have achieved in Japan and to strengthen the implementation of NEC's global business strategy," said Lee.
The company showed some of its retail and business solutions during a showcase that was organised to mark the official launch of the RBSC, which commenced operations in March 2013 under the purview of NEC Asia Pacific.
The RSBC will be responsible for formulating regional strategy and to support sales, technological issues and human resource development, said Lee, who added that NEC
Corporation of Malaysia has successfully deployed products, solutions & services to several government ministries including the Ministry of Education, Income Tax Department, Ministry of Agriculture, and the Registrar of Companies.
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