NCS, NetSuite to Present Business Cloud Event in Singapore
September 28, 2010
By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor
NCS is an influential name in Singapore’s IT landscape. Established in the early 1980s, the company has played a key role in Singapore government’s initiatives at the computerization of the Singapore public administration.
Additionally, NCS has helped implement over 2,000 large-scale, mission-critical and multi-platform projects to blue chip customers including Citibank, Schenker Logistics and Honda ICVS, as well as governments such as Hong Kong, Mauritius and Sri Lanka.
NetSuite (News - Alert) Inc is a well-known provider of cloud-based financial and ERP software. The two companies have teamed up to organize a cloud computing event to draw the attention of Asian businesses to the huge potentials of cloud computing.
Recently NetSuite released details of this special Singapore-based event. In a release, the hosts mention that the event is designed to help businesses in the region tap into the power of cloud computing solutions to run their global business operations while slashing IT costs and driving high performance.
With the CEOs of both the companies taking part in the event and presenting, this will be one of the most high profile business cloud events. NCS CEO Chia Wee Boon will join NetSuite CEO Zach Nelson (News - Alert) to highlight the huge potential for cloud computing to transform Asian businesses. The event will be held on October 6, 2010 at the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore.
When it comes to streamlining business process without adding to the burden of company’s IT budget, companies rely on cloud-based solutions. The businesses keen on learning scopes of cloud computing can benefit from attending this invite-only event. The organizers informed that presentations and technology demonstrations will focus on how cloud business management suites combining financials, CRM and Ecommerce are delivering real-time global business management and financial consolidation to mid-sized companies with multi-national and multi-subsidiary operations.
In addition, business executives seeking efficient, green solutions, especially those with multi-subsidiary, multi-national or multi-currency operations, will particularly benefit from the seminar.
There will also be a panel discussion at the event where business leaders from regional-based companies will detail their first-hand cloud computing experiences and best practice.
Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.
Edited by Patrick Barnard