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MSI-ECS promotes digital transformation, innovation

With technology continuing to evolve, different business communities are starting to adapt to this trend of digital transformation to improve their services while having an organized business system.

MSI-ECS promotes digital transformation, innovation
Jimmy Go, President and CEO of MSI-ECS and Princess Chua, Executive Vice President and General Manager, MSI-ECS​
To fully promote the latest innovations on how enterprises can utilize things like the cloud storage, artificial intelligence, and data security, MSI-ECS pioneered a conference full of delegates from the leading digital leaders in South East Asia.

The currently running two-day CXO Innovation Summit at the Shangri-La Mactan, Cebu consists of more than 30 international and local presenters ready to share how to integrate the digitalized system in the business.

"We aim to provide digital solutions on businesses' digital transformation with the top, biggest and the reputable brands in the ICT industry. We believe digital transformation is the key for business' survival," said Jimmy Go, President, and CEO of MSI-ECS and the mastermind of the summit.

Go and his team planned to have a good amount of respectable delegates and guests to join their event, and surprisingly, an ample quantity of interested people came by.

"We aim to have quality speakers and the right quantity of people. We were surprised with the number of people here," said Princess Chua, Executive Vice President and General Manager, MSI-ECS.

Looking forward to the future, MSI-ECS is planning to do the CXO Innovation Summit on an annual basis to give businesses the right idea on how digital-centered enterprises can adapt

"We might have to do it on a regular basis until all of them is ready to take the necessary steps towards digital transformation," said Chua.

Topics: digital transformation , MSI-ECS , CXO Innovation Summit , Jimmy Go , Princess Chua
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