We are thrilled to announce that ASOCIO-PIKOM Digital Summit 2019 will be held in Kuala Lumpur on 11 – 13 November 2019. The ASOCIO Digital Summit is annual event hosted among ASOCIO’s 24 member economies. Last year, the event was held in Tokyo, Japan, where more than 500 senior leaders from the technology industry in the Asia Pacific convened for their annual summit.
PIKOM is proud to have won the rights to host the event this year. We have adopted the theme Defining the Future which is most apt and pertinent as the industry and businesses undergo unprecedented change. With the advancement of technologies, the way businesses, governments and consumers interact will change. To help understand what is happening and how we can be part of this exciting times, we have lined up an action-packed agenda that will include conversations around Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Analytics, Cybersecurity, Machine Learning, Human Capital, Entrepreneurship and Women in Tech. We are also planning to have a ministerial dialogue that will include ICT ministers and senior policy makers from the region.
Save the date and be part of the agenda to shape the technology landscape.
Speaking and sponsorship opportunities are available. Talk to us to explore how to reach out and tap on the USD 300 billion industry.
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THE ASIAN-OCEANIAN COMPUTING INDUSTRY ORGANIZATION (ASOCIO) IS AN ICT FEDERATION ORGANIZED BY ICT ASSOCIATIONS REPRESENTING 24 ECONOMIES THROUGHOUT THE ASIA PACIFIC. ASOCIO WAS ESTABLISHED IN TOKYO, JAPAN IN 1984 AND IT IS THE MOST TIME-HONOURED AND ACTIVE INTERNATIONAL ICT TRADE ORGANIZATION IN ASIA AND OCEANIA. ITS INFLUENCE COVERS MORE THAN 10,000 ICT COMPANIES AND REPRESENTS APPROXIMATELY US$ 350 BILLION OF ICT REVENUE IN THE REGION. ASOCIO’S OBJECTIVE IS TO PROMOTE, ENCOURAGE AND FOSTER RELATIONSHIPS AND TRADE AMONG ITS MEMBERS, AND TO DEVELOP THE COMPUTING INDUSTRY IN THE REGION.
PIKOM, THE NATIONAL TECH ASSOCIATION OF MALAYSIA is the association representing the information and communications technology (ICT) industry in Malaysia. Its membership currently stands at more than 1,000 comprising companies involved in a whole spectrum of ICT products and services which commands 80% of the total ICT trade in Malaysia.