October 3, 2017 – According to Red Hat, the percentage of businesses with advanced digital transformation strategies and implementations will rise in the next few years. As rapid application development is a necessity now, open source is increasingly being seen as a default choice for organizations in Malaysia and the region, enabling them to keep up with the evolving technology landscape.
The 2017 Red Hat Forum
Speaking at the 2017 Red Hat Forum Media Briefing here, Damien Wong, Vice President and General Manager at Red Hat ASEAN shared that though every organization has its own unique set of needs and obstacles when it comes to their digital transformation journey, Red Hat has noted three common challenges amongst its customers across numerous industries.
The challenges that have been identified are determining a cloud strategy that complements the business; building and delivering new applications faster; and utilizing the technology that is currently in place whilst bringing it up to speed to meet the overall business needs.
SSM Wins The 2017 Red Hat Innovation Award![adrotate group=”2″]
As organizations in Malaysia and the region have to build new applications to meet ever-evolving business demands, it is crucial for them to innovate continuously through rapid development and modern operations. In line with this, today, Red Hat named Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) as the winner in Malaysia for the 2017 Red Hat Innovation Awards (APAC) for their outstanding and innovative usage of Red Hat solutions.
SSM recently embarked on a journey of developing a new and advanced gateway for the registration of companies and businesses in Malaysia. SSM now uses Red Hat’s Middleware solution, Red Hat JBoss Fuse to simplify and speed up the registration process by reducing manual registration handling with an automated online system.
By deploying Red Hat JBoss Fuse, SSM is now better positioned to meet current and future integration needs, and reduce manual touch points, automate processes, and connect assets for improved efficiency.