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Sunday, March 23, 2008

Business intelligence consultants

Managing a business is not easy and if you don't have more knowledge and skills on how to manage your business very well. I'm sure you're going to lose like my father he had sugar cane business before but he lost it, because he doesn't have more knowledge and skills on how to manage his business very well to make it success. For those who are planning to start a business but don't have a knowledge and skills don't worry there's a website where you can go and have a business Intelligence Training. And to make sure you won't lose your business you might want to hire a business intelligence consultants. This website have a client runs a company that specialises in the field of business intelligence. I feel their service is important and great because they have the experience, training and knowledge to successfully deliver your solution and to help your business to success.

They believe that their ability to understand your business requirements is as important as their technical knowledge. That is why they start by listening to your needs, your experiences and your challenges, so that they build the understanding they need to really help you. If you are looking for Business Objects, Crystal or Microsoft technical skills or a partner to deliver a complete Business Intelligence solution then Contemporary’s people will deliver. So, if you need help or more knowledge on how to manage your business visit their website here.

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Love Quotations


"A relationship is like a rose,
How long it lasts, no one knows;
Love can erase an awful past,
Love can be yours, you'll see at last;
To feel that love, it makes you sigh,
To have it leave, you'd rather die;
You hope you've found that special rose,
"Cause you love and care for the one you chose."

"Friendship often ends in love; but love in friendship - never."

"Immature love says: 'I love you because I need you.' Mature love says 'I need you because I love you.'"


Life without love is like a tree without blossoms or fruit."

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Love Poem # 7

Love Poem # 7
You're my man, my mighty king,
And I'm the jewel in your crown,
You're the sun so hot and bright,
I'm your light-rays shining down,

You're the sky so vast and blue,
And I'm the white clouds in your chest,
I'm a river clean and pure,
Who in your ocean finds her rest,

You're the mountain huge and high,
I'm the valley green and wide,
You're the body firm and strong,
And I'm a rib bone on your side,

You're an eagle flying high,
I'm your feathers light and brown,
You're my man, my king of kings,
And I'm the jewel in your crown.

- Nima Akbari -

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Zipline, cable car and uniquely shaped Agong house






Ay! Darna pala. Weeeeeee! I had a blast doing the 40-second zipline ride at Camp Sabros, Kapatagan, Digos last February 25, a non-working holiday. I did it twice in tandem with friend, Agnes. The zipline is touted as the longest zipline in the Philippines at 370 meters long with its cable suspended 180 feet above ground crossing one valley to another.

Camp Sabros is located in the highlands of Kapatagan, Digos City which is about an hour ride from the city proper. Digos City itself is an hour ride from Davao City. Going to Camp Sabros is easy. Coming from Davao City, we took the Holiday bus from Ecoland Terminal and were dropped off at the new Digos terminal. We took a pedicap going to the old Digos terminal and from there, vans and jeeps are available for hire at the old Digos Terminal. P70.00 for the jeep fare and just tell your manong driver to stop at the military checkpoint at Sitio Sabras. From the checkpoint, you hike about 30 minutes (about a kilometer distance) to the campsite.

Our fatherly jeepney driver made a deal with us. He’d take us to Camp Sabros and Agong House at P100 for each of us and we won’t have to do the “alas puno” thing for the jeep to get going. Thus, off we go! He suggested to pick us up at the military checkpoint by the highway at 12noon; but we were positive that we’d make it by 11am. Well, we didn’t expect to be too giddy to check out the time that by the time we made our trek back to our rendezvous site with him it’s already past 12noon and our tummies were already complaining big time for the missed lunch.


The grandfather of Philippine mountains, Mt. Apo, was more than willing to show off his beauty that morning. Thus, the hurting butt tolerated better the torture of the bumpy road from Digos city proper to Kapatagan.




Halhal? Smile pa rin Of course, picture taking is never forgotten but for us, city dwellers, the 30-minute hike up to the campsite made our hearts palpitate. Thank goodness to our Holiday gym sessions(that’s another story), nobody passed out.




Gosh! I miss my mountain climbing days! I wish I can do it again!



Even shy Mt. Matutum peaked out from the clouds to check us out while we were hiking to the camp



The gate of Camp Sabros...naa nami!! Andama inyong kusog!



Gutsy family preparing for their flight. Huh! I got worried of those kids but I’ve seen them after their ride and they looked ok and giddy


Off they go!



The real flying heroes!


If the 40-second zipline will pump up your heartbeat, the peaceful cable car ride will lower it down. Of course, for the scaredy types, the height will get you praying and as for the guy scaredy types, your balls will freeze over hehehe!



Fog starting to cover our trail down the highway..looks like we were in heaven.

Agong house.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

ONE GIRL

I am so happy coz I got an email today from USCIS that we're approved. After 144 days of waiting since we filed the K1 visa application, now we made it finally. Jeff and I are so excited coz we will be together very soon. WOW!!

I have no sleep yet since last night and its 2 pm now here. I am not even sleepy. Hehe!!too much excitement i know but can't help it. This is what i really feel right this moment. I was right about my feeling that will be approved anytime this week. The last time i checked our status online it says that they updated it October 2007. But yesterday they updated again and finally approved today. Its really a good news for me and Jeff and to our family as well. Before i opened my yahoo mail , i prayed first and i saw the email from USCIS and was really crying like baby. I also checked on their website and its true I AM APPROVED.

Maybe it was the reason why i can't sleep last night its b'coz something was happening. Thanks and Praise God, he's so good all the time


Bloggerwave approved

I get happy and excited when i got a message from bloggerwave stating that my blog is approved. I submitted my blog the other day and got approved today. So it was just very fast. I really wanna be part of the team bloggerwave. Now, i am waiting for the opps and start working with them.Wish me luck guys.


Sunday, March 2, 2008

FINAL ASSIGNMENT (1st semester)

FINAL ASSIGNMENT (1st semester)

Digi Company:

Assessing its economic, industry and global conditions.

By

V.Ratheeswaran

(Student No –DBA 0707119)

February 11,2008

Diploma In Business Administration

Cyberlynx International College

Malaysia.



1. Overview 1-2

2. Other operaters 3

3.0 Malaysian mobile market 4

3.1 Digi 4-5

3.2 Political environment 5

3.3 Economy 5

3.4 Telecom policy environment 6

References 7



Overview

The Malaysian government has been engaged in industrial policy for telecom and information technology. Network services were liberalized in 1990s under the nationalistic and economic policies of government. Government heavily restricted the foreign investment to protect the state control network in telecom sector. Late Asian financial crises of 1997-1998 ushered a new era of market transformation.

Government engineered a dramatic consolidation on telecom service market but simultaneously introduced an institutional framework for progressive policy reforms. The creation of independent policy and regulatory body, the Malaysian communication and multimedia commission, has brought a new dimension of transparency and public accountability to telecom technology sector.

Large state-funded infrastructure and training projects are a trade mark of government new economic policy. The success of this infrastructure development effort has thus far been discrete: program aimed at increasing ICT usage and promoting an E-society have yet ignite widespread adopted of broadband service application through out Malaysian society. Here are some key factors that indicating Malaysian key indicators in economic point of view.

The Malaysian government seeks to the make the leap to knowledge based economy and achieved developed country status by year 2020.At independence Malaysian inherited an economy dominated by rubber and tin. The economy sustained growth averaging 8 percent every year since 1980s. Malaysia is one of world largest exporter of semiconductor devices, electronic and electrical goods.

Malaysia’s strategy for telecom sector, mirroring that of overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020. The multimedia super corridor that stretches south of Kuala Lumpur to the new KL international airport the creation of cyberjaya as the center of MSC, and the Putrajaya new seat of central Government offices are the example of large multi sector initiative designed to attract the international IT and multimedia companies to Malaysia and improved local capabilities.

In 2002 and 2003, a sharp swap arranged between TM Cellular, telecom renamed mobile cellular business, and celcom effectively merging the two. Following the financial crises and competitive woes of the large field of players, the government aggressively encouraged rationalized of sector. Three service provider emerged, a structure that remains in place today. Telecom acquired time. Dotcom and celcom, maxis acquire Time Cell, Telenor increased its minority position in Digi to effective control. Each consolidated operator has its own trunk network and international gateway.

Other Operators:

Although Digi has right to provide land line service that haven’t do so. Celcom covers 97% of land line connection. There are three major player in this telecom sectors, they have license and mandated by ministry of rebalancing the tariff.



Telecom Malaysian is the bigger player for land line number and has license for both mobile and fix but Digi still not launching land line service for is customer it deals mainly with prepaid connection. Other operator Maxis is dealing with post paid and land line also but mainly with Post paid and prepaid.



Malaysian Mobile Market:

Malaysia is the south East Asia’s third most developed mobile market, with 13.1 million mobile user by the end of year 2004, accounting to 52% of total population of Malaysia. Maxis is the mobile leader with 41% share, followed by Celcom with 38%, and Digi with about 21% of the market.




Digi:

Digi has 99% prepaid connection almost all Digi connections are prepaid because their target market is teen agar and students they often prefer to have prepaid connection. Digi is smallest one among the major operators and controlled by Telenor and company from Norway, Digi is holding its own in the face of two major rivals it is overall shares are increasing, in the end of 2004 it was 21.5% with 0.5 increment. Telenor (Norway) is providing finance and technical stability. Digi is the smallest of three remaining mobile cellular companies has benefited sustain growth in the market demand for cell phone in Malaysia, and from being granted spectrum in the 900 MHz band wave to complement of its 1800 MHz frequency assignment.

Digi targeted the lower end of the market with customer’s friendly service, such as being first launch MMS services and leading the way to simplify the number of calling zone in Peninsular Malaysia to two and in eastern Malaysian to four. Digi relies heavily on dealership network with 99% of its users being prepaid. Placing the company under the pressure of lower prices and at the same time maintained quality and innovative services.


To achieve this Digi is placing a lot of emphasis on backend system, efficient building systems, CRM system, and IN software. Digi is using EDGE technology as migration part of 3 G. Digi which has international gateway, is trying to build a traffic from partnership with application service providers at home and abroad, including prepaid IDD cards with running tones download features.

Political environment:

Malaysia is a political strong country lead by King, whose selection criteria is predetermined, but it controlled by parliamentary system, Prime Minister is the head of state, and all other decision made by Cabinet, in Malaysia since its independence UMNO is ruling party so continual of policies is here.

Economy:

The government has taken an active role in guiding the nation’s economic development. Malaysia new economic policy first established in 1971. In April 2001 the government released its new policy “National Vision Policy”, which seeks to refocus the economy toward higher technology. Malaysian population is 25.5 million (2004) continuous with the growth 1.7% per year. Malaysia comprises number of ethnic groups of people dominated Malay people, about a quarter of population are Chinese and 7% Indian.


Telecom Policy Environment:

Malaysia’s strategy for the telecom sector, mirroring the overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020, the national goal of achieving developed nation country by 2020. MCMC has begun a review of national broadband policy, according to the ministry of energy; the goal is to ensure the approximately 1.3 million broad band connections. Policy focus on providing better service on cheap rates, this would empower the telecom sector in Malaysia.


References:

Digi Annual Report 2006

www.itu.int/asean2001/reports/material/MYSpercent20CS time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.digi.com.my time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.maxis.com.my/personal/about_us/investor/annualreports25Dec2005 time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08





Final Asignment (1st semester)

FINAL ASSIGNMENT (1st semester)

Digi Company:

Assessing its economic, industry and global conditions.

By

V.Ratheeswaran

(Student No –DBA 0707119)

February 11,2008

Diploma In Business Administration

Cyberlynx International College

Malaysia.


Overview

The Malaysian government has been engaged in industrial policy for telecom and information technology. Network services were liberalized in 1990s under the nationalistic and economic policies of government. Government heavily restricted the foreign investment to protect the state control network in telecom sector. Late Asian financial crises of 1997-1998 ushered a new era of market transformation.

Government engineered a dramatic consolidation on telecom service market but simultaneously introduced an institutional framework for progressive policy reforms. The creation of independent policy and regulatory body, the Malaysian communication and multimedia commission, has brought a new dimension of transparency and public accountability to telecom technology sector.

Large state-funded infrastructure and training projects are a trade mark of government new economic policy. The success of this infrastructure development effort has thus far been discrete: program aimed at increasing ICT usage and promoting an E-society have yet ignite widespread adopted of broadband service application through out Malaysian society. Here are some key factors that indicating Malaysian key indicators in economic point of view.

The Malaysian government seeks to the make the leap to knowledge based economy and achieved developed country status by year 2020.At independence Malaysian inherited an economy dominated by rubber and tin. The economy sustained growth averaging 8 percent every year since 1980s. Malaysia is one of world largest exporter of semiconductor devices, electronic and electrical goods.

Malaysia’s strategy for telecom sector, mirroring that of overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020. The multimedia super corridor that stretches south of Kuala Lumpur to the new KL international airport the creation of cyberjaya as the center of MSC, and the Putrajaya new seat of central Government offices are the example of large multi sector initiative designed to attract the international IT and multimedia companies to Malaysia and improved local capabilities.

In 2002 and 2003, a sharp swap arranged between TM Cellular, telecom renamed mobile cellular business, and celcom effectively merging the two. Following the financial crises and competitive woes of the large field of players, the government aggressively encouraged rationalized of sector. Three service provider emerged, a structure that remains in place today. Telecom acquired time. Dotcom and celcom, maxis acquire Time Cell, Telenor increased its minority position in Digi to effective control. Each consolidated operator has its own trunk network and international gateway.

Other Operators:

Although Digi has right to provide land line service that haven’t do so. Celcom covers 97% of land line connection. There are three major player in this telecom sectors, they have license and mandated by ministry of rebalancing the tariff.

Telecom Malaysian is the bigger player for land line number and has license for both mobile and fix but Digi still not launching land line service for is customer it deals mainly with prepaid connection. Other operator Maxis is dealing with post paid and land line also but mainly with Post paid and prepaid.

Malaysian Mobile Market:

Malaysia is the south East Asia’s third most developed mobile market, with 13.1 million mobile user by the end of year 2004, accounting to 52% of total population of Malaysia. Maxis is the mobile leader with 41% share, followed by Celcom with 38%, and Digi with about 21% of the market.

Digi:

Digi has 99% prepaid connection almost all Digi connections are prepaid because their target market is teen agar and students they often prefer to have prepaid connection. Digi is smallest one among the major operators and controlled by Telenor and company from Norway, Digi is holding its own in the face of two major rivals it is overall shares are increasing, in the end of 2004 it was 21.5% with 0.5 increment. Telenor (Norway) is providing finance and technical stability. Digi is the smallest of three remaining mobile cellular companies has benefited sustain growth in the market demand for cell phone in Malaysia, and from being granted spectrum in the 900 MHz band wave to complement of its 1800 MHz frequency assignment.

Digi targeted the lower end of the market with customer’s friendly service, such as being first launch MMS services and leading the way to simplify the number of calling zone in Peninsular Malaysia to two and in eastern Malaysian to four. Digi relies heavily on dealership network with 99% of its users being prepaid. Placing the company under the pressure of lower prices and at the same time maintained quality and innovative services. To achieve this Digi is placing a lot of emphasis on backend system, efficient building systems, CRM system, and IN software. Digi is using EDGE technology as migration part of 3 G. Digi which has international gateway, is trying to build a traffic from partnership with application service providers at home and abroad, including prepaid IDD cards with running tones download features.

Political environment:

Malaysia is a political strong country lead by King, whose selection criteria is predetermined, but it controlled by parliamentary system, Prime Minister is the head of state, and all other decision made by Cabinet, in Malaysia since its independence UMNO is ruling party so continual of policies is here.

Economy:

The government has taken an active role in guiding the nation’s economic development. Malaysia new economic policy first established in 1971. In April 2001 the government released its new policy “National Vision Policy”, which seeks to refocus the economy toward higher technology. Malaysian population is 25.5 million (2004) continuous with the growth 1.7% per year. Malaysia comprises number of ethnic groups of people dominated Malay people, about a quarter of population are Chinese and 7% Indian.

Telecom Policy Environment:

Malaysia’s strategy for the telecom sector, mirroring the overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020, the national goal of achieving developed nation country by 2020. MCMC has begun a review of national broadband policy, according to the ministry of energy; the goal is to ensure the approximately 1.3 million broad band connections. Policy focus on providing better service on cheap rates, this would empower the telecom sector in Malaysia.

References:

Digi Annual Report 2006

www.itu.int/asean2001/reports/material/MYSpercent20CS time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.digi.com.my time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.maxis.com.my/personal/about_us/investor/annualreports25Dec2005 time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

Table of Contens

1. Overview 1-2

2. Other operaters 3

3.0 Malaysian mobile market 4

3.1 Digi 4-5

3.2 Political environment 5

3.3 Economy 5

3.4 Telecom policy environment 6

References 7

FINAL ASSIGNMENT (1st semester)

Digi Company:

Assessing its economic, industry and global conditions.

By

V.Ratheeswaran

(Student No –DBA 0707119)

February 11,2008

Diploma In Business Administration

Cyberlynx International College

Malaysia.

Overview

The Malaysian government has been engaged in industrial policy for telecom and information technology. Network services were liberalized in 1990s under the nationalistic and economic policies of government. Government heavily restricted the foreign investment to protect the state control network in telecom sector. Late Asian financial crises of 1997-1998 ushered a new era of market transformation.

Government engineered a dramatic consolidation on telecom service market but simultaneously introduced an institutional framework for progressive policy reforms. The creation of independent policy and regulatory body, the Malaysian communication and multimedia commission, has brought a new dimension of transparency and public accountability to telecom technology sector.

Large state-funded infrastructure and training projects are a trade mark of government new economic policy. The success of this infrastructure development effort has thus far been discrete: program aimed at increasing ICT usage and promoting an E-society have yet ignite widespread adopted of broadband service application through out Malaysian society. Here are some key factors that indicating Malaysian key indicators in economic point of view.

The Malaysian government seeks to the make the leap to knowledge based economy and achieved developed country status by year 2020.At independence Malaysian inherited an economy dominated by rubber and tin. The economy sustained growth averaging 8 percent every year since 1980s. Malaysia is one of world largest exporter of semiconductor devices, electronic and electrical goods.

Malaysia’s strategy for telecom sector, mirroring that of overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020. The multimedia super corridor that stretches south of Kuala Lumpur to the new KL international airport the creation of cyberjaya as the center of MSC, and the Putrajaya new seat of central Government offices are the example of large multi sector initiative designed to attract the international IT and multimedia companies to Malaysia and improved local capabilities.

In 2002 and 2003, a sharp swap arranged between TM Cellular, telecom renamed mobile cellular business, and celcom effectively merging the two. Following the financial crises and competitive woes of the large field of players, the government aggressively encouraged rationalized of sector. Three service provider emerged, a structure that remains in place today. Telecom acquired time. Dotcom and celcom, maxis acquire Time Cell, Telenor increased its minority position in Digi to effective control. Each consolidated operator has its own trunk network and international gateway.

Other Operators:

Although Digi has right to provide land line service that haven’t do so. Celcom covers 97% of land line connection. There are three major player in this telecom sectors, they have license and mandated by ministry of rebalancing the tariff.

Telecom Malaysian is the bigger player for land line number and has license for both mobile and fix but Digi still not launching land line service for is customer it deals mainly with prepaid connection. Other operator Maxis is dealing with post paid and land line also but mainly with Post paid and prepaid.

Malaysian Mobile Market:

Malaysia is the south East Asia’s third most developed mobile market, with 13.1 million mobile user by the end of year 2004, accounting to 52% of total population of Malaysia. Maxis is the mobile leader with 41% share, followed by Celcom with 38%, and Digi with about 21% of the market.

Digi:

Digi has 99% prepaid connection almost all Digi connections are prepaid because their target market is teen agar and students they often prefer to have prepaid connection. Digi is smallest one among the major operators and controlled by Telenor and company from Norway, Digi is holding its own in the face of two major rivals it is overall shares are increasing, in the end of 2004 it was 21.5% with 0.5 increment. Telenor (Norway) is providing finance and technical stability. Digi is the smallest of three remaining mobile cellular companies has benefited sustain growth in the market demand for cell phone in Malaysia, and from being granted spectrum in the 900 MHz band wave to complement of its 1800 MHz frequency assignment.

Digi targeted the lower end of the market with customer’s friendly service, such as being first launch MMS services and leading the way to simplify the number of calling zone in Peninsular Malaysia to two and in eastern Malaysian to four. Digi relies heavily on dealership network with 99% of its users being prepaid. Placing the company under the pressure of lower prices and at the same time maintained quality and innovative services. To achieve this Digi is placing a lot of emphasis on backend system, efficient building systems, CRM system, and IN software. Digi is using EDGE technology as migration part of 3 G. Digi which has international gateway, is trying to build a traffic from partnership with application service providers at home and abroad, including prepaid IDD cards with running tones download features.

Political environment:

Malaysia is a political strong country lead by King, whose selection criteria is predetermined, but it controlled by parliamentary system, Prime Minister is the head of state, and all other decision made by Cabinet, in Malaysia since its independence UMNO is ruling party so continual of policies is here.

Economy:

The government has taken an active role in guiding the nation’s economic development. Malaysia new economic policy first established in 1971. In April 2001 the government released its new policy “National Vision Policy”, which seeks to refocus the economy toward higher technology. Malaysian population is 25.5 million (2004) continuous with the growth 1.7% per year. Malaysia comprises number of ethnic groups of people dominated Malay people, about a quarter of population are Chinese and 7% Indian.

Telecom Policy Environment:

Malaysia’s strategy for the telecom sector, mirroring the overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020, the national goal of achieving developed nation country by 2020. MCMC has begun a review of national broadband policy, according to the ministry of energy; the goal is to ensure the approximately 1.3 million broad band connections. Policy focus on providing better service on cheap rates, this would empower the telecom sector in Malaysia.

References:

Digi Annual Report 2006

www.itu.int/asean2001/reports/material/MYSpercent20CS time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.digi.com.my time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.maxis.com.my/personal/about_us/investor/annualreports25Dec2005 time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

Table of Contens

1. Overview 1-2

2. Other operaters 3

3.0 Malaysian mobile market 4

3.1 Digi 4-5

3.2 Political environment 5

3.3 Economy 5

3.4 Telecom policy environment 6

References 7

FINAL ASSIGNMENT (1st semester)

Digi Company:

Assessing its economic, industry and global conditions.

By

V.Ratheeswaran

(Student No –DBA 0707119)

February 11,2008

Diploma In Business Administration

Cyberlynx International College

Malaysia.

Overview

The Malaysian government has been engaged in industrial policy for telecom and information technology. Network services were liberalized in 1990s under the nationalistic and economic policies of government. Government heavily restricted the foreign investment to protect the state control network in telecom sector. Late Asian financial crises of 1997-1998 ushered a new era of market transformation.

Government engineered a dramatic consolidation on telecom service market but simultaneously introduced an institutional framework for progressive policy reforms. The creation of independent policy and regulatory body, the Malaysian communication and multimedia commission, has brought a new dimension of transparency and public accountability to telecom technology sector.

Large state-funded infrastructure and training projects are a trade mark of government new economic policy. The success of this infrastructure development effort has thus far been discrete: program aimed at increasing ICT usage and promoting an E-society have yet ignite widespread adopted of broadband service application through out Malaysian society. Here are some key factors that indicating Malaysian key indicators in economic point of view.

The Malaysian government seeks to the make the leap to knowledge based economy and achieved developed country status by year 2020.At independence Malaysian inherited an economy dominated by rubber and tin. The economy sustained growth averaging 8 percent every year since 1980s. Malaysia is one of world largest exporter of semiconductor devices, electronic and electrical goods.

Malaysia’s strategy for telecom sector, mirroring that of overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020. The multimedia super corridor that stretches south of Kuala Lumpur to the new KL international airport the creation of cyberjaya as the center of MSC, and the Putrajaya new seat of central Government offices are the example of large multi sector initiative designed to attract the international IT and multimedia companies to Malaysia and improved local capabilities.

In 2002 and 2003, a sharp swap arranged between TM Cellular, telecom renamed mobile cellular business, and celcom effectively merging the two. Following the financial crises and competitive woes of the large field of players, the government aggressively encouraged rationalized of sector. Three service provider emerged, a structure that remains in place today. Telecom acquired time. Dotcom and celcom, maxis acquire Time Cell, Telenor increased its minority position in Digi to effective control. Each consolidated operator has its own trunk network and international gateway.

Other Operators:

Although Digi has right to provide land line service that haven’t do so. Celcom covers 97% of land line connection. There are three major player in this telecom sectors, they have license and mandated by ministry of rebalancing the tariff.

Telecom Malaysian is the bigger player for land line number and has license for both mobile and fix but Digi still not launching land line service for is customer it deals mainly with prepaid connection. Other operator Maxis is dealing with post paid and land line also but mainly with Post paid and prepaid.

Malaysian Mobile Market:

Malaysia is the south East Asia’s third most developed mobile market, with 13.1 million mobile user by the end of year 2004, accounting to 52% of total population of Malaysia. Maxis is the mobile leader with 41% share, followed by Celcom with 38%, and Digi with about 21% of the market.

Digi:

Digi has 99% prepaid connection almost all Digi connections are prepaid because their target market is teen agar and students they often prefer to have prepaid connection. Digi is smallest one among the major operators and controlled by Telenor and company from Norway, Digi is holding its own in the face of two major rivals it is overall shares are increasing, in the end of 2004 it was 21.5% with 0.5 increment. Telenor (Norway) is providing finance and technical stability. Digi is the smallest of three remaining mobile cellular companies has benefited sustain growth in the market demand for cell phone in Malaysia, and from being granted spectrum in the 900 MHz band wave to complement of its 1800 MHz frequency assignment.

Digi targeted the lower end of the market with customer’s friendly service, such as being first launch MMS services and leading the way to simplify the number of calling zone in Peninsular Malaysia to two and in eastern Malaysian to four. Digi relies heavily on dealership network with 99% of its users being prepaid. Placing the company under the pressure of lower prices and at the same time maintained quality and innovative services. To achieve this Digi is placing a lot of emphasis on backend system, efficient building systems, CRM system, and IN software. Digi is using EDGE technology as migration part of 3 G. Digi which has international gateway, is trying to build a traffic from partnership with application service providers at home and abroad, including prepaid IDD cards with running tones download features.

Political environment:

Malaysia is a political strong country lead by King, whose selection criteria is predetermined, but it controlled by parliamentary system, Prime Minister is the head of state, and all other decision made by Cabinet, in Malaysia since its independence UMNO is ruling party so continual of policies is here.

Economy:

The government has taken an active role in guiding the nation’s economic development. Malaysia new economic policy first established in 1971. In April 2001 the government released its new policy “National Vision Policy”, which seeks to refocus the economy toward higher technology. Malaysian population is 25.5 million (2004) continuous with the growth 1.7% per year. Malaysia comprises number of ethnic groups of people dominated Malay people, about a quarter of population are Chinese and 7% Indian.

Telecom Policy Environment:

Malaysia’s strategy for the telecom sector, mirroring the overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020, the national goal of achieving developed nation country by 2020. MCMC has begun a review of national broadband policy, according to the ministry of energy; the goal is to ensure the approximately 1.3 million broad band connections. Policy focus on providing better service on cheap rates, this would empower the telecom sector in Malaysia.

References:

Digi Annual Report 2006

www.itu.int/asean2001/reports/material/MYSpercent20CS time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.digi.com.my time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.maxis.com.my/personal/about_us/investor/annualreports25Dec2005 time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

Table of Contens

1. Overview 1-2

2. Other operaters 3

3.0 Malaysian mobile market 4

3.1 Digi 4-5

3.2 Political environment 5

3.3 Economy 5

3.4 Telecom policy environment 6

References 7

FINAL ASSIGNMENT (1st semester)

Digi Company:

Assessing its economic, industry and global conditions.

By

V.Ratheeswaran

(Student No –DBA 0707119)

February 11,2008

Diploma In Business Administration

Cyberlynx International College

Malaysia.

Overview

The Malaysian government has been engaged in industrial policy for telecom and information technology. Network services were liberalized in 1990s under the nationalistic and economic policies of government. Government heavily restricted the foreign investment to protect the state control network in telecom sector. Late Asian financial crises of 1997-1998 ushered a new era of market transformation.

Government engineered a dramatic consolidation on telecom service market but simultaneously introduced an institutional framework for progressive policy reforms. The creation of independent policy and regulatory body, the Malaysian communication and multimedia commission, has brought a new dimension of transparency and public accountability to telecom technology sector.

Large state-funded infrastructure and training projects are a trade mark of government new economic policy. The success of this infrastructure development effort has thus far been discrete: program aimed at increasing ICT usage and promoting an E-society have yet ignite widespread adopted of broadband service application through out Malaysian society. Here are some key factors that indicating Malaysian key indicators in economic point of view.

The Malaysian government seeks to the make the leap to knowledge based economy and achieved developed country status by year 2020.At independence Malaysian inherited an economy dominated by rubber and tin. The economy sustained growth averaging 8 percent every year since 1980s. Malaysia is one of world largest exporter of semiconductor devices, electronic and electrical goods.

Malaysia’s strategy for telecom sector, mirroring that of overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020. The multimedia super corridor that stretches south of Kuala Lumpur to the new KL international airport the creation of cyberjaya as the center of MSC, and the Putrajaya new seat of central Government offices are the example of large multi sector initiative designed to attract the international IT and multimedia companies to Malaysia and improved local capabilities.

In 2002 and 2003, a sharp swap arranged between TM Cellular, telecom renamed mobile cellular business, and celcom effectively merging the two. Following the financial crises and competitive woes of the large field of players, the government aggressively encouraged rationalized of sector. Three service provider emerged, a structure that remains in place today. Telecom acquired time. Dotcom and celcom, maxis acquire Time Cell, Telenor increased its minority position in Digi to effective control. Each consolidated operator has its own trunk network and international gateway.

Other Operators:

Although Digi has right to provide land line service that haven’t do so. Celcom covers 97% of land line connection. There are three major player in this telecom sectors, they have license and mandated by ministry of rebalancing the tariff.

Telecom Malaysian is the bigger player for land line number and has license for both mobile and fix but Digi still not launching land line service for is customer it deals mainly with prepaid connection. Other operator Maxis is dealing with post paid and land line also but mainly with Post paid and prepaid.

Malaysian Mobile Market:

Malaysia is the south East Asia’s third most developed mobile market, with 13.1 million mobile user by the end of year 2004, accounting to 52% of total population of Malaysia. Maxis is the mobile leader with 41% share, followed by Celcom with 38%, and Digi with about 21% of the market.

Digi:

Digi has 99% prepaid connection almost all Digi connections are prepaid because their target market is teen agar and students they often prefer to have prepaid connection. Digi is smallest one among the major operators and controlled by Telenor and company from Norway, Digi is holding its own in the face of two major rivals it is overall shares are increasing, in the end of 2004 it was 21.5% with 0.5 increment. Telenor (Norway) is providing finance and technical stability. Digi is the smallest of three remaining mobile cellular companies has benefited sustain growth in the market demand for cell phone in Malaysia, and from being granted spectrum in the 900 MHz band wave to complement of its 1800 MHz frequency assignment.

Digi targeted the lower end of the market with customer’s friendly service, such as being first launch MMS services and leading the way to simplify the number of calling zone in Peninsular Malaysia to two and in eastern Malaysian to four. Digi relies heavily on dealership network with 99% of its users being prepaid. Placing the company under the pressure of lower prices and at the same time maintained quality and innovative services. To achieve this Digi is placing a lot of emphasis on backend system, efficient building systems, CRM system, and IN software. Digi is using EDGE technology as migration part of 3 G. Digi which has international gateway, is trying to build a traffic from partnership with application service providers at home and abroad, including prepaid IDD cards with running tones download features.

Political environment:

Malaysia is a political strong country lead by King, whose selection criteria is predetermined, but it controlled by parliamentary system, Prime Minister is the head of state, and all other decision made by Cabinet, in Malaysia since its independence UMNO is ruling party so continual of policies is here.

Economy:

The government has taken an active role in guiding the nation’s economic development. Malaysia new economic policy first established in 1971. In April 2001 the government released its new policy “National Vision Policy”, which seeks to refocus the economy toward higher technology. Malaysian population is 25.5 million (2004) continuous with the growth 1.7% per year. Malaysia comprises number of ethnic groups of people dominated Malay people, about a quarter of population are Chinese and 7% Indian.

Telecom Policy Environment:

Malaysia’s strategy for the telecom sector, mirroring the overall industrial planning, has been guided by vision 2020, the national goal of achieving developed nation country by 2020. MCMC has begun a review of national broadband policy, according to the ministry of energy; the goal is to ensure the approximately 1.3 million broad band connections. Policy focus on providing better service on cheap rates, this would empower the telecom sector in Malaysia.

References:

Digi Annual Report 2006

www.itu.int/asean2001/reports/material/MYSpercent20CS time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.digi.com.my time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

www.maxis.com.my/personal/about_us/investor/annualreports25Dec2005 time: 9.45 date: 1feb 08

Table of Contens

1. Overview 1-2

2. Other operaters 3

3.0 Malaysian mobile market 4

3.1 Digi 4-5

3.2 Political environment 5

3.3 Economy 5

3.4 Telecom policy environment 6

References 7

FINAL ASSIGNMENT (1st semester)

Digi Company:

Assessing its economic, industry and global conditions.

By

V.Ratheeswaran

(Student No –DBA 0707119)

February 11,2008

Diploma In Business Administration

Cyberlynx International College

Malaysia.

Overview

The Malaysian government has been engaged in industrial policy for telecom and information technology. Network services were liberalized in 1990s under the nationalistic and economic policies of government. Government heavily restricted the foreign investment to protect the state control network in telecom sector. Late Asian financial crises of 1997-1998 ushered a new era of market transformation.

Government engineered a dramatic consolidation on telecom service market but simultaneously introduced an institutional framework for progressive policy reforms. The creation of independent policy and regulatory body, the Malaysian communication and multimedia commission, has brought a new dimension of transparency and public accountability to telecom technology sector.

Large state-funded infrastructure and training projects are a trade mark of government new economic policy. The success of this infrastructure development effort has thus far been discrete: program aimed at increasing ICT usage and promoting an E-society have yet ignite widespread adopted of broadband service application through out Malaysian society. Here are some key factors that indicating Malaysian key indicators in economic point of view.


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