The CEO is named the outstanding leader at Malaysia Management Excellence Awards, creating better efficiencies for stakeholders etc......blah...blah..how come not reflected in the share price....shar price doesn't lie is it...
UEM Edgenta’s MD/CEO recognised as outstanding leader at Malaysia Management Excellence Awards
UEM Edgenta’s Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer Syahrunizam Samsudin, a business professional with more than 24 years in the digital financial services and corporate sectors, has been named Executive of the Year (Engineering) in the Malaysia Management Excellence Awards 2021, organised by Singapore Business Review.
With his proven leadership in engineering and technology, Syahrunizam has been instrumental in steering the Company’s digital healthcare solutions to support the nation’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
The inaugural awards programme aims to honour and recognise outstanding business leaders, individuals and teams who have made exceptional contributions towards their companies’ success.
Under Syahrunizam’s stewardship, he laid the foundation for UEM Edgenta to become a technology-enabled solutions company focusing on healthcare support, infrastructure and technology by 2025, under its Edgenta of the Future 2025 (EoTF 2025) vision.
“We believe that technology-led business transformation is vital for companies to remain competitive in a post COVID-19 economy, and we are therefore in the best position to help bridge the gap in technology adoption among businesses,” Syahrunizam said.
Since the start of the pandemic, UEM Edgenta played a crucial role in supporting the national recovery efforts by introducing various key frontline healthcare initiatives such as the Private COVID-19 Assessment Centre, housed at its training facility, UEM Edgenta Learning Centre, which was subsequently transformed into a Vaccination Centre for adolescents and booster shots.
UEM Edgenta also collaborated with the Ministry of Health Malaysia in deploying Field Hybrid ICUs, an alternative solution to ICUs which are in high demand at government hospitals during the pandemic. It is a combination of an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and an isolation room, equipped with electricity, bathrooms, toilets, a donning room, nurse station, air conditioning and ventilation systems. To date, 12 units have been installed in hospitals nationwide.
As a strong advocate in digital innovation, Syahrunizam has also steered the company’s business diversification and digitalisation by introducing Edgenta NXT, UEM Edgenta’s first cloud-based ecosystem, and QuickMed, a cloud-based digital healthcare solution. These solutions will accelerate Edgenta’s long-term growth as the company transitions its offerings towards innovative, scalable and differentiated business model aimed at catalysing future innovations in the business niches it operates in.
Under Syahrunizam’s leadership, UEM Edgenta registered a revenue of RM1.6 billion for the first nine months of FY2021, an increase of 11.2% against the same period in FY2020 at RM1.4 billion. He also helped the Company secure key healthcare support services contract wins in Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Saudi Arabia.
As a leader who places strong emphasis on human capital development, Syahrunizam has also been influential in shaping Edgenta’s people culture and beliefs. This led to the introduction of a revitalised set of core values that represent a holistic and inclusive identity for its people, thus enabling them to face challenges as an innovative and sustainable organisation.
These significant endeavours have undoubtedly elevated the company to its next phase of growth. UEM Edgenta is poised to provide cutting edge and enhanced solutions and services in a sustainable manner primarily to create better value propositions and efficiencies for clients and stakeholders, not just in Malaysia but in new frontiers as well.
KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 30): The Ministry of Finance (MOF) said the government has agreed to exempt all types of foreign incomes of individuals from tax, and has also extended the exemption to dividend incomes earned by limited liability companies and partnerships.
The reopening of borders will have a direct impact on the property market by bringing overseas investors and foreign permanent residents to Malaysia. More broadly, the reopening of borders is a symbol of the overall return to normality, economic growth, and employment growth.
We expect the residential market to gain strength as a result of the rebound in the wider economy. Transaction volume will increase first, and lead overtime to price growth.
As the border reopen, international tourist (private car or public transport) can enter to Malaysia via road. The road traffic will increase which will increase the toll collection paid by international tourist by car.
I somewhat disagree. Reopening of border may have some limited upside for medical sector, mainly to higher end private hospitals like IHH (but its presence is not limited to Malaysia.
Healthcare is the largest segment for Edgenta. But the spillover effect is at best limited given it only plays supporting roles. However, with or without border opening up, Edgenta can still benefit when patients in Malaysia, Singapore and Taiwan go back to hospitals for their postponed surgeries.
Toll road servicing is the second largest contributor. I don't think tourism has any significant contribution on toll road traffic, and therefore indirectly the demand for toll road maintenance .
Edgenta property exposure is small. Anyway the demand, if any, will be at high end. Let's not forget property sector has been languishing with weak (local and foreign) demand even before the pandemic.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose during its recent trading at the intraday levels, to achieve gains for the second day in a row, by 1.82%, to add to it about 599.10 points. It settled at the end of trading at the level of 33,544.35, after its almost negligible rise in Monday’s trading Where it increased about 1.05 points only.
KUALA LUMPUR: The reopening of international border tomorrow will boost efforts to revive the local gastronomy and medical tourism sectors.
Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nancy Shukri said the country had welcomed 26.1 million tourists, of which 17.89 million were from Asean countries, in 2019 before tourism activities were put to a halt.
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Posted by ivanlau > 2021-11-20 22:23 | Report Abuse
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This stock just sell u a big dream, the big dream sustain the share price.... good luck guys...... now price 1.75 .... the fair value should be only rm 1.50 in 2021.
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today closing 1.63 !!