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Market Overview: Tech Services In Malaysia, 2014

Cautious Optimism Is Needed In A Maturing Market

November 21, 2014

Why Read This Report

This is an exciting time for enterprises, regardless of where they're based, looking to either develop their presence or expand their activities in Malaysia. Via a series of economic initiatives, the government is stepping up efforts to turn Malaysia into a high-income country, with digital as a key enabler of the economic transformation. But before entering the Malaysian market or expanding investments there, organizations need to take several caveats into account when selecting tech service providers to support their strategies. This report highlights the risks and opportunities of Malaysia's tech services market and profiles the country's leading providers of IT services including consulting, systems integration, project services, managed services, and cloud services. Our analysis will help sourcing and vendor management professionals better understand the IT landscape and services ecosystem in Malaysia to improve their vendor selection processes in 2014 and 2015.

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Table of Contents

  • The Tech Services Market In Malaysia Braces Itself For Growth
  • Banks And Telcos Spearhead Tech Services Adoption
  • Service Providers Display Differing Levels Of Maturity

  • Carefully Navigate Malaysia's Jungle Of Service Providers
  • Supplemental Material
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