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Teradata appoints new Malaysia country manager

AvantiKumar | Jan. 5, 2012
Teradata's move is part of plan to help Malaysian organisations prepare for big data.

Subra Suppiah - Teradata Malaysia

PHOTO - Subra Suppiah, country manager, Malaysia Teradata.

Data analytics firm Teradata has appointed a new country manager for Malaysia as part of its plan to help organisations prepare for big data.

The new country manager for Teradata Malaysia, Subra Suppiah, said on 4 January  2012: "Malaysia is an important market for Teradata. We have a number of significant financial services and telecommunications customers and we are well positioned to expand into the public sector and the utilities industry."
"With the emergence an of big data analytics as a new business imperative, I have a growing appreciation for how business analytics can hone a company's competitive edge," said Suppiah. "My charter is to drive growth in Teradata Malaysia by penetrating new sectors, while continuing to help our existing customers uncover game-changing insights from vast volumes of data."

Suppiah has more than 22 years of experience in IT sales and consulting specialising in enterprise data warehouse, business intelligence, and enterprise information management solution. Prior to Teradata, he was the co-founder and chief executive officer of Knowledge Discovery, a local system integration company specialising in performance management, business intelligence, e-government, and healthcare solutions. He has also held various consulting leadership roles in companies like Computer Associates and Oracle Malaysia.
Teradata has more than 8,000 employees and over 1,000 customers globally. Teradata's customers in Malaysia are Maybank, DiGi and Hong Leong Bank.


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