Kuala Lumpur, March 6 – IDC Malaysia has recently unveiled its annual predictions for 2017 and beyond, highlighting the impact of emerging technologies and market changes that will drive the future of the Malaysian ICT industry in the next one to three years.
“Drawing on IDC's industry-defining research and insights, the predictions explore the user trends and vendor strategies that will redefine the ICT market, redistribute market share in Malaysia, and help leaders capitalize on emerging market opportunities and plan for future growth," says Pranabesh Nath, Research Director, IDC Malaysia.
As with every facet of modern business, manufacturing is not an exception when it comes to the digital revolution. Hard to imagine? SAP Malaysia managing director Terrence Yong certainly doesn’t think so.
“Imagine a factory floor with no operators in sight, machines automatically receiving orders, robotics shifting products from one machine to the next, and even machines performing self-diagnosis and predicting failures. Best of all, the final delivery of a unique, customized product based on one’s specifications,” Yong tells Malaysian Business.
RESTON, Va., Feb 28 - More than half of graduate business school alumni are currently employed in an industry or job function they did not have experience in prior to entering business school, according to a report released today by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), a nonprofit organisation of leading graduate business schools.
Findings from the Council’s 2017 Alumni Perspectives Survey show that 2 in 5 (39 percent) alumni currently work in an industry they hadn’t considered prior to starting business school; they learned of the opportunity while enrolled in a graduate business program, with 88 percent sharing that they are satisfied with their job and employer.