Inspirage Expands its Malaysian Operations

Inspirage Expands its Malaysian Operations by Joining Malaysian Government’s MDEC Initiative

Inspirage based out of Selangor, Malaysia announced its accreditation to Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor governed by Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC).

MDEC is the holistic, government-owned agency launched in 1996 to pioneer the transformation of Malaysia’s digital economy, its roots stemmed from Vision 2020, the plan to develop Malaysia into a fully-developed nation by 2020. Inspirage is proud to be qualified and associated with such an Initiative launched by 4th Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.

“Inspirage is pleased to be a part of the new digital future here,” states Arup Chatterjee, Executive Vice President, International Sales and Consulting for Inspirage. “We believe our experience as a premier turnkey global supply chain consulting organization will be able to contribute towards MDEC’s overall mission to advance skill development particularly in management and IT consulting domains in Malaysia. We are looking forward to this journey and further investment in the Malaysian economy.”

MDEC was entrusted to oversee the development of the MSC Malaysia initiative, the platform to nurture the growth of local tech companies whilst attracting foreign direct investments (FDIs) and domestic direct investments (DDIs) from global multinational companies.

Both Inspirage and MDEC uphold a strong focus on driving the inclusive adoption of digital solutions; aiming to mobilize a future generation that is equipped with the relevant skills to thrive in a digital economy and are excited to be active participants in its growth.

Julie Legrand

Julie Legrand | Key Contributor

Julie manages PR and marketing for Inspirage. Making her home in San Francisco, Julie has been working in the enterprise software field for nearly 20 years, as both a consultant and marketing professional.