GA Software Teams up with SME Corp(Malaysia) & NSIC to Foster SME Growth in India
GA Software Technologies, US, a GeNext technology player has now teamed up with SME Corporation Malaysia and National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) to foster international trade and the industry growth in India.
GA Software Technologies, US, a GeNext technology player in the business of offering an extensive and broad portfolio of applications and services, has now teamed up with SME Corporation Malaysia, a central coordinating agency under the ministry of international trade and industry, Malaysia, that formulates overall policies and strategies for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) to foster international trade and the industry growth in India.
The three companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to this effect. The whole idea is to bring the reform in the small and medium enterprises or SME sector in India, utilizing the strength areas of these three companies. The California-headquartered company, popularly called Georgia Technologies is in the business of products and services for the learning needs, mobility solutions, application development and IT infrastructure and IoT needs. SME Corporation Malaysia, on its parts, functions as the central point of reference for research and data dissemination on SMEs. It also provides advisory services for SMEs in Malaysia. Besides, SME Corp. Malaysia is also known for taking up the role and function of the secretariat to the National SME Development Council (NSDC). NSDC, incidentally, is chaired by the Prime Minister of Malaysia.
“The prime objective of this association among the three companies is to fuel the development of SMEs through innovation-driven strategies for both the countries, eventually leading to the augmentation in economic growth of the country. GA Software is a leading player in executing custom and purpose-built enterprise services. And the company, in the new scheme of things, is expected to provide a secure platform for joint innovation with local partners in Malaysia,” said Ravindra Nath, chairman-cum-managing director, National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC).
Ganesan Kaliyan, founder & CEO, GA Software Technologies, minced no word in expressing his excitement and optimism over the new association inked. “We are delighted and excited over this new association. Mind you that it is our first step in building a close partnership with the government of Malaysia, deliberated on providing a strategic approach to the software solution-providing ecosystem for both the public and private sectors. Let me make it absolutely clear that with this partnership, we actually look beyond strengthening sector, that is, promoting the development of SMEs in India and eventually across the globe,” said Kaliyan.
The California-based company specializes in executing custom and purpose-built enterprise services and solutions involving application development of a varying range of scalability in almost all technologies including Client-Server, Web Technologies and e-commerce enabled technologies.
The MOU was signed by Kaliyan, Altaf Basha, CMO, GA Software along with Lokesh Sharma, India Regional Head, GA Software and Jalaludeen Bin Sulthan, MD, JS Rezeki Bumi Maju Sdn. Bhd.