Sasbadi and HUAWEI CLOUD Join Forces to Develop Intelligent Education Solutions Driven By AI
First row from left to right: Law Yi Chian, Executive Director of Sasbadi; Law King Hui, Group Managing Director of Sasbadi; Lim Chee Siong, Vice President of Huawei Malaysia Cloud & AI; Rita Irina binti Abd Wahab, Vice President of Huawei Malaysia Public Affairs and Communications
Second row from left to right: Chan Yuet Leng, Group Chief Financial Officer of Sasbadi; Lee Saik Hoong, Chief Technical Officer of Sasbadi; Anthony Gan, Head of Digital Learning of Sasbasi; Tan Kuan Thye, Head of Huawei Malaysia Cloud & AI
KUALA LUMPUR, 30 June 2020 – In line with digital transformation efforts, Sasbadi Holdings Berhad (SASBADI) announced a strategic partnership with HUAWEI CLOUD to develop intelligent solutions, empowering both teachers and students to digitalise and transform in the domain of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The key areas of this partnership will involve the planning, development, and creation of AI-driven solutions for students and teachers to have a more practical, interactive, and innovative experience in digital teaching and learning.
According to Mr. Law King Hui, Group Managing Director of Sasbadi, “Our partnership with HUAWEI CLOUD is a significant milestone for our company and the education industry in Malaysia. Being able to work closely with a global ICT leader like Huawei elevates Sasbadi’s capability in providing practical digital education solutions that will empower both teachers and students in a truly meaningful way, delivering more value to the educational experience. We look forward to building on our partnership with Huawei to further strengthen our digital capabilities and enhance our competitiveness as an education solutions provider.”
Law King Hui, Group Managing Director of Sasbadi and Lim Chee Siong, Vice President of Huawei Malaysia Cloud & AI signed the MOC. Witness by Law Yi Chian, Executive Director of Sasbadi and Tan Kuan Thye, Head of Huawei Malaysia Cloud & AI
The two parties will work together to develop SASBADI e-Learning Solutions based on the latest cutting-edge technology such as Virtual Reality (VR) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) by HUAWEI CLOUD to enhance the user learning experience. As part of the arrangement, HUAWEI CLOUD will provide expertise and support to SASBADI on learning solutions, developed with HUAWEI CLOUD AI technology and its marketplace for partner’s solutions. Lastly, the partnership will see the joint promotion of SASBADI customised e-Learning Solutions for commercialisation in Malaysia and across South-East Asia region via the HUAWEI CLOUD Marketplace.
Speaking at the ceremony event, Mr. Lim Chee Siong, Vice President of HUAWEI CLOUD & AI Malaysia shared, “With the partnership with Sasbadi, we see there is great potential to scale and drive our efforts to empower the Malaysian market with the right tools and innovative technology. We can help to further accelerate AI-enabled digital transformation, build partnerships to nurture a vibrant digital ecosystem, close the necessary digital skills gap and create societal impact from innovations in AI.”
Tan Kuan Thye, Head of Huawei Malaysia Cloud & AI elaborates how Huawei Cloud could assist Sasbadi
Sasbadi Holdings Berhad is a Malaysian-listed company that specialises in providing education solutions. Founded in 1985, the company has grown over the years from producing quality educational books and materials to a leading education solutions provider through its diverse offerings. This includes academic and non-academic educational materials, digital and technology-enabled products, applied learning tools, and a network marketing business.
The Group anchors its business on five core pillars, namely Creating Contents, Developing Technologies, Nurturing Skills, Enriching Life and Forging Connections. Recognising the importance of 21st Century learning, Sasbadi has been championing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and working closely with key partners such as the Ministry of Education (MOE) Malaysia and Lego Education through robotics for schools.