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Brunei’s largest telco company DST taps MultiSys as technology arm

Datastream Digital Sdn Bhd (DST), the largest telecommunication company in Brunei has partnered with leading Filipino software solutions provider Multisys Technologies Corporation (MultiSys) as both expand market reach to the ASEAN region.

In the virtual signing between DST and MultiSys: (from top left) Radin Sufri Radin Basiuni, CEO of DST; Freddie Ting Lik Wei, AVP of Digital Business, DST; Guest of Honour, Yang Mulia Haji Sofian bin Haji Mohammad Jani, the Chairman of DST; (from bottom left) Jovy Hernandez, President & CEO of ePLDT, Inc.; and David Almirol Jr., CEO & President of MultiSys
Leveraging on each party’s strengths in telecommunications technology and software engineering solutions, both DST and MultiSys recognize the need to collaborate together to deliver better access and smoother user experience across any environment—bringing opportunities to develop and tap overseas markets with innovative solutions.

MultiSys Founder and CEO David Almirol, Jr. shared, “We are committed to our mission to empower businesses in the Philippines and around the globe. Our goal to champion Filipino tech ingenuity has driven us to forge and strengthen partnerships with various companies in Southeast Asia. We hope that our collaboration with DST will not only showcase the expertise of our local IT talents but also enable us to serve more enterprises of different sizes in the world to support their digital transformation journey and adapt to the changing needs of their stakeholders.” 

On top of its regional expansion, MultiSys will strengthen the Brunei telco firm’s systems and internal business operations in order to boost its efficiency and productivity. Through the partnership with MultiSys, DST will be able to expand its capabilities and offer added services to its subscribers.

“More than this monumental expansion for both MultiSys and DST, we aim to continuously upgrade our systems and digitize our operations in our commitment to better serve our customers. Considered as the most important and leading Filipino software solutions company, we have no doubt that MultiSys will enable us to better service our subscribers and develop e-commerce and e-business further in Brunei,” DST CEO Radin Sufri Radin Basiuni shared.

MultiSys’ continuous regional expansion is a testimony to its deep bench of talent and expertise that leads the way in helping Southeast Asian firms realize and kickstart their digital transformation. It is this same vision to help the region advance through its digital journey that has led MultiSys to ink partnerships with large conglomerates in the region. 

“We would like to express a warm message of admiration and congratulations to Multisys for yet another milestone. This partnership with DST does not only highlight the capabilities of the PLDT group, it also brings Philippine technology to a global platform—allowing us to show how our services are truly world-class. We thank DST for their trust and we are confident that this partnership will further strengthen the country’s relationship with Brunei. Likewise, we at ePLDT underline our support for both entities and wish them continued success,” said ePLDT President & CEO and SVP & Head of PLDT and Smart Enterprise Business Groups Jovy Hernandez.

Topics: Datastream Digital Sdn Bhd , Multisys Technologies Corporation , Radin Sufri Radin Basiuni , Jovy Hernandez , David Almirol
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