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Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
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Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
Misti johor (20 jun 2012v1) saifol ict infusion
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  • 1. Moving Forward: Enabling the Growth of ICT in Malaysia MSC Malaysia Infusion of ICT Initiatives Saifol Bahri Mohd Shamlan Vice-President, MDeC 20th June, 2012
  • 2. It will be a gift to the world … We are changingthe way we live and work …
  • 3. The Multimedia Super Corridor(MSC) is a national programme to:• Establish and grow ICT as a high- value economic sector to help face the inevitable migration of ICT Industry production-based economic Development activities to other emerging economies• Proliferate the use of ICT throughout the economy to increase its value and Infusion competitiveness as well as enrich the quality of life for Malaysians – Of ICT creating a knowledge-based and innovation-led nation and economy.
  • 4. MSC Malaysia Phase 3 – Expanded Scope ICT as an industry is very important to the economic well-being of the country but there is something more important… ICT as an enabler of Businesses, Citizens and Government !
  • 5. ICT Industry Development • 3,000 MSC-Status cos • 120,000 K-Workers • RM 30b Revenue • RM 10b Exports Infusion of ICT • 12 Cybercities / Cybercentres • RM1.2 Trillion in Cross-Border Trade Infusion of ICT • RM700 billion in Domestic • 722 Government Bodies Product (Gross) • 10,000 Schools • 50,000 Medium-sized • 450,000 Teachers Companies • 35 million mobile digital • 500,000 Micro- to Small-sized devices Companies • 7 million school-goers • 26 million MyKad holders • 136 Government Hospitals • 1.2 million• Funding and Achievements are primarily from private sector tax payers • Except for Public Services programmes and• National roll-out • 13 State governments 11 million workers
  • 6. Primary MissionThe programmes that will be developed and undertaken shall cover all three main aspects of thesocio-economy
  • 7. Past Infusion of ICT InitiativesMSC Malaysia Flagship Applications• MyKad / GMPC• Smart Schools• Electronic Government• TelehealthE-Business• MyTours• Malaysian Digital Enterprise ExchangeStates Roll-out• 13 States of Malaysia
  • 8. MSC Malaysia Flagship Applications are mature and constantly evolved through repeated innovationsKey Achievements Progress of MGPWA 5-Star Rati  Periodic review on MyKad security by  Online services : 2,515 experts  MySMS Service : 4,314 > 26 million MyKad  Downloadable Form : 2,5102010 101 24 hrs issuance in Putrajaya and Kuching  79.6% Government websites 2009 712 digit MyKad identification number as single are offering online services 2007 3 access to Government services  88%* services of eKL > 50 applications from financial, agencies are available online2006 0 transportation,  EG Ranking Globally 2005 0 welfare services to loyalty programs (MyKad  2005 – 157 Smart Shopper) benefiting the citizens  2006 – 36  2007 – 25 Number of Portals/Websit  MSC Malaysia IHE Connectathon: 3 testing  2008 – 11 events, 8 Profiles tested against 22 products, 18 companies participated • 8955 submission, 8147  MyHIX: Service live at 6 Healthcare facilities (91.0%) schools No of Schools by July 2011 achieved 3 to 5-Star in 6000 5067 Teleconsultation: Over 16,246 transactions at 2010 5000 4436  5 Star – 271 schools 3440 44 hospitals  4 star – 3440 schools 4000 2412  MyHEALTH: 768 topics, 9831 Ask-The-  3 star – 4436 schools 3000 2009 Expert questions, 24x7 service to public  2 star – 621 schools 2000 662 2010  Local deployable product developed: SPP  1 star – 187 schools 1000 217 187 621 96 271 has included non-MOH facility, HTD Gemas, 0 MINDEF 1 2 3 4 5 Star Rating > 10,000 SMEs E-Enabled • 13 states ICT blueprint established 4 Vertical Platform • 13 states ICT organisations set up • Retail Connect - MANeX • M-FiT - MyTOURS Horizontal Platform National Enablement • MDEX Rollout • Average RM 1 to 3 Mil transactions per month
  • 9. www.mdex.my
  • 10. MyKad Flagship Proposed Greater MyKad ProgrammesApplication MyKad GST Points 1 million Farmers LIH Outpatient Care 600 mil. 26 mil. ASEAN Consumers population Subsidy Rationalisation 12 mil. Vehicle 4% population owners Low Income earners 2.4 million Tax payers AGR1Media Proposed MDeC Special Focus MyKad eSafety Programme for Touchpoints Involving the Stakeholders:  Ministry of Finance  Ministry of Consumerism, Domestic Trade 1ASEAN People Card and Cooperative  Ministry of Health  Inland Revenue Board  National Registration Department
  • 11. Digital Malaysia Infusion of ICT towards an Innovative Digital EconomyDigital Malaysia Initiatives are:• Demand-driven• Private-sector Financed Initiatives (Investments)• Sustainable Business Models• Addressing five (5) Dimensions of the Digital Economy• Owned by the relevant Ministries or Agencies (including MDeC)• Supports other National Transformation Programmes
  • 12. … producing 10 initial EPPs across 5 Dimensions …
  • 13. … that impact key areas of concern Dimensions Impact Areas Aspirational Targets Current 2020Increase GNI 1. SME exports 1. 20% SME exports 29% SME exportscontribution, wealthcreation, productivity and 2. SME productivity 2. SMEs contribute SMEs contributehigh value jobs 32% of total GDP 35% of total GDP 1 a) Social participation 20% Growth 1. Participatory b) Education 30% GrowthInfusion of technology to opportunities c) Income & distribution 30% Growthuplift quality of life 2. Disposable income 2. Income & distribution 30% Growth 1a) Available online services: 1a) Available online services:Enable greater outreach to 1. Citizen participation 34% 90% (2015)constituents, increase b) Online usage: 47% b) Online usage: 90% (2015)transparency & c) UNPAN online servicedemocratise instruments of 2. Efficient & effective serviceUNPAN online service c) index: Top 20 index: Top 10command & control delivery 2. E-participation index: 0.5/1.0 2. E-participation index: 0.75/1.0 1. Innovation 1. Innovation Efficiency Innovation Efficiency rankedSpur innovation across all ranked 77 30sectors and enhance IP 2. New sources ofvaluation 2. MSC Infotech cos’ rev.: MSC Infotech cos’ rev.: RM18.9 growth RM10.8 billion billionInfusion of technology to 1. 27.4% reduction in carbon 1. Carbon emission intensity 40% reduction in carbonenhance development whilst per GDP emission per GDP emission per GDPminimising damage to the 2. Green ICT exports 2. MSC ICT green exports: 50% increase in MSC ICTenvironment RM6 million green exports GSIAC | 14
  • 14. Thank You Saifol Bahri Shamlan Vice-PresidentMultimedia Development Corporation Sdn Bhd (MDeC)

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