February 07, 2007

Nixfon signs memorandum of understanding with ATCEN

Petaling Jaya: With Human Capital Development and Strategic Talent Management set to grow in Malaysia in 2007, Nixfon (M) Sdn Bhd is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ATCEN Sdn Bhd. The MOU will mainly see Nixfon and ATCEN cooperate to develop and market new human capital and talent management solutions.

Present at the signing ceremony were Manu Gopinathan, Business Development Director and G. Gunasekaran, Operations Director from Nixfon and ATCEN Chief Executive Officer Ernie Chen. Chen said that the partnership represented a tremendous opportunity for growth and synergy for both companies in the region. “I see great potential in this partnership due to the focus and strengths of both companies - ATCEN with its core expertise in providing best practices for Human Capital Development and Nixfon a software solutions service provider that specializes in Human Capital and Talent Management solutions. The strategic partnership will enable both ATCEN and Nixfon to provide value added services to our clients.”

“At present, we have designed and developed a Training Management system branded as the ATCEN Training Management System (ATMS) with the ATCEN Team. With ATCEN’s vast experience in the area of Human Capital and Talent Development, I am confident that the system will offer profitable and advantageous business solutions for any organization,” said Gopinathan. He added that Nixfon’s role would mainly comprise of project implementation, support and product enhancement.

Chen and Gopinathan also agreed that training and development is rapidly growing and plays a crucial role in helping Malaysia’s push towards creating a sustainable and competitive advantage through human capital. “As part of the Ninth Malaysia Plan, a budget of RM45 billion was allocated for education and training for the next five years,” said Gopinathan. “With RM 4.8 billion alone being spent on training, this proves that the government is committed to developing and retaining capable, talented and competent people in the country. Such a massive outlay only means that there will be a need for automated systems to track and to manage the process for both private and public sectors to cut costs, quicken the training management process and to stay competitive,” added Chen.

Latest News
March 9 , 2009
Nixfon CEO Believes In Exploring New Paths and Destinations

May 1 , 2008
Partnership Agreement Signed Between Corda Technologies and Nixfon

August 20, 2007
Talent Management Made Easy

August 02, 2007
Why Companies Need To Manage Their Talent

March 02, 2007
The new release from ExecuTRACK rounds off the Total Talent Suite through enhanced functionality and Web 2.0 Features

March 02, 2007
EADS will employ ETWeb™ Enterprise on a global scale to support 25,000 managers’ Talent Processes
March 2, 2007
Read More

February 07, 2007
Nixfon signs memorandum of understanding with ATCEN
Read More

 

 
   
 
© 2007 All Rights Reserved. Nixfon (M) Sdn Bhd