Turn Cloud Technology hopes for greater expansion into SE Asia via Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, April 23: Turn Cloud Technology Service Inc, one of Taiwan’s fast-growing and progressive hi-tech companies, hopes for further expansion into the South East Asian market through Malaysia, says a company official.

Turn Cloud Technology uses retail technology to provide financial technology services, including financial applications, membership activities, integrated payments, and marketing platforms.

It also provides comprehensive digital transformation solutions which incorporate Fintech, Martech, and Datatech for commercial real estate operators, brand operators, wholesalers, and various types of retailers.

In a recent interview with Weekly-Echo, Turn Cloud Technology chairman Vincent Liang said he felt comfortable about investing in Malaysia as there were many similarities in the lifestyles and work culture of the people in both places.

“Ten years ago, I visited Malaysia and had a favourable impression of the country. The people in Malaysia are diligent and hardworking, just like in Taiwan. I believe our DNA is about the same. This has led me to start investing in Malaysia three years ago,” he said.

Recently Turn Cloud Technology signed an MoU with KTC Group Sdn Bhd to explore the potential to bring the tech company’s cloud solutions for deployment in Malaysia and subsequently to other countries in the region.

“There is so much potential in Malaysia and we want to share our scientific and technological solutions with businesses here,” said Liang. “I hope our collaboration with KTC Group will not only benefit the present generation but for generations to come.”

Under Turn Cloud Technology’s array of services, it hopes to help companies improve their business performance by utilising data capabilities that provide customers with a holistic OMO (Online-merge-Offline) experience.  

OMO is a marketing strategy that seamlessly combines customer interactions and shopping experiences from both the online and offline realms.

Property development-based KTC Group recently announced plans for a high-rise technology park known as Iskandar Heights in Seri Iskandar, about 40 km south-west of Ipoh.

KTC Group also signed three MOUs to diversify into new areas with Guangzhou Xincheng New Materials Co. Ltd of China (prefabricated modular houses, office and hotels), EIR Wellness Group (wellness and healthcare services) and Global Agrobizs Sdn Bhd (agricultural technology).