Telekom unveils the credibility of the cloud and digital services company

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) unveiled its new cloud and digital services company Credence, with the aim of supporting private enterprises and public sectors on their digital transformation journey, according to a joint statement.

Credence Founder and CEO Krish Datta said digital services will provide capabilities ranging from technology infrastructure to business insights, cloud consulting, IT landscape migration, software as a service (SaaS ), managed services, and analytics and insights.

“We offer organizations the ability to embark on their digital journey with greater predictability, less worry and disruption while choosing the best technology solutions that meet their needs and priorities, allowing them to focus on their core business. .

“We are the only company able to offer our customers complete end-to-end solutions, from infrastructure to information. Our approach is to meet customers where they are, discover what their critical objectives are and work with them based on their needs and priorities,” Krish said in today’s statement.

Credence, at its launch yesterday, also announced its key partnerships with VMware, AWS and Huawei, allowing them to offer a wide range of options to businesses, tailored to their respective growth needs.

TM Group CEO Imri Mokhtar in the same statement reiterated the group’s commitment to empowering private and public sector organizations as they embark on their digital transformation.

“Through Credence, we aim to fill the current digital and technology skills gap – by strategically recruiting from the tech sector and transferring similar skills from TM to lead this new digital start-up.

“In this way, we hope to nurture a pipeline of next-generation tech and digital talent, and equip Malaysians for a digital future by empowering them with digital capabilities and giving them access to the right data and tools,” he said. note. – Bernama

Veronica J. Snell