MASkargo Management Paves The Way In Digital Transformation
The MASkargo Management Team has invested in some hardware to keep up with the times and adapting to the new norm of working. The team chipped in from their own pockets to purchase assorted Audio Video equipment which were then fixed into the meeting rooms at the Advanced Cargo Centre. The purchase included four 58'' television sets, three sets of audio equipment and three sets of web cameras for the Commercial & Operations conference rooms. In the new norm introduced to minimise close contact, many staff are working from home and most meetings are held online. With the new equipment in place, online meetings can now accommodate a larger number of participants with no issues on compromising social distancing.
“Our main target with this digital transformation is to improve efficiency while managing risks. We want the staff to focus on their work without having to worry about their health and safety. This digital transformation process that we are putting in place is basically the new way of doing things”, said Ibrahim Mohamed Salleh, MASkargo's Chief Executive Officer.
Corresponding with Malaysia’s Industrial Revolution 4.0, MASkargo is adapting traditional industrial practices with the latest smart technology. It will focus on maximizing the Internet of Things (IOT) to improve communication even though employees are not in the office. Digitalisation will give an advantage to MASkargo where tasks can be accomplished better and faster. The move made by MASkargo to adopt today’s digital technologies will enable decision makers to have open access to all the information and communication they need any time, from anywhere and from any device they choose.