The Star, January 8, 2020 - Safety and Health Challenge of Indutry 4.0
Industry 4.0 enables faster, more flexible and more efficient processes to produce higher quality goods at reduced cost. A mixture of cloud computing, artificial intelligent (AI), Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT), machine learning, human machine interfaces and advanced analytics, Industry 4.0 is trasforming how employees, equipment and processes interact in industrial workplaces.
Sinar Harian, Januari 30, 2020 - UTeM hasilkan inovasi Handroid
Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka (UTeM) terus mara mengukuhkan nama dalam bidang inovasi apabila berjaya membangunkan Handroid-Sign Language Translator, produk bagi memudahkan komunikasi antara golongan orang kurang upaya (OKU) pekak dan bisu.
The Edge Malaysia, December 30, 2020 - Digitised For The Future
ORANGEBEAM may not immediately strike one as the face of digitisation and all things tech for the building and construction industry. This is no startup or entrepreneur-led outfit that is looking to shake up the industry as it takes its first steps. On the contrary, ORANGEBEAM - with more than three decades of experience and RM14 billion worth of completed projects under its belts - is the epitome of experience and dependability.
The Edge Malaysia, November 18, 2019 - DHL Remains Best of The Best Despite Transition
A major change in leadershi earlier this year did not prevent DHL Express (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd from winning the Best of the Best award for the second year running at the Kincentric Best Employers - Malaysia 2019.
The Edge Malaysia, November 18, 2019 - Marriott International's Secret Sauce
A hotel's employees are its brand ambassadors, the ones who deal directly with customers or provide support to those who do. Hiring the right person for the job is no easy feat, but it is one that Marriott International has been able to do year after year.
The Edge Malaysia, November 18, 2019 - Ecoworld Inspires Its People to be Bold and Take Chances
Times are hard, especially for property developers, but Eco World Development Group Bhd continues to enjoy a high level of engagement with its staff. This is evident from the fact that it not only bagged a Best Employer award but CEO Datuk Chang Khim Wah also received special recognition for Engaging Leadership at this year's Kincentric Best Employers- Malaysia 2019 (formerly known as Aon Best Employers) awards.
The Edge Malaysia, November 18, 2019 - Cultivating A Collegial Environment
American Express (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd general manager, Ryan Lai is a humble man. First, he called up the previous winner of the winner of the "Best of the Best" award - former DHL CEO Christopher Ong- to find out how he did it.
The Edge Malaysia, November 11, 2019 - A Combination of Brains and Luck
"I love shopping,' laughs Datuk Seri Robert Tan when we meet for an interview recently. His understanding of a shopper's needs has served the group CEO of IGB Bhd well over the years, especially in his early years with IGB. After all, Tan is known as the man who built Mid Valley City and grew IGB into one of Malaysia's largest companies with a market capitalisation of almost RM9 billion (including that of IGB Real Estate Investment Trust).
The Edge Malaysia, November 11, 2019 - Adapting to Change with Humility
The Oak Room at Nexus Bangsar South is the venue for the interview with this year's The Edge Malaysia Outstanding Property Entrepreneur Award winner, C S Kong, managing director of UOA Development Bhd. The first thing one notices when meeting Kong is his sharp wit and further acquaintance, his strong principles and business acumen come to the fore. His ability to make others feel at ease while being able to get across his views are skills honed over 35 years in the property industry, both in construction and property development, and many more years in other endeavours.
The Edge Malaysia, November 11, 2019 - Building A Path to Conscious Capitalism
Science of Life Studies 24/7, or SOLS 24/7 is known for its education outreach programmes. But now, it is making waves in renewable energy. Its sister outfit, SOLS Energy, is bringing innovation to the country's renewable energy sector, with significant developments in its back-end technology. It is with this edge that the social enterprise - a high-power solar company - managed to secure RM500,000 in funding from early-stage venture fund and seed accelerator, 500 Startups' Southeast Asia-focused 500 Durians II fund.