KUALA LUMPUR: In a joint transformative leap between the QI Group, a multinational conglomerate, and Quest International University (QIU), the parties entered into a two-year journey with a RM3 million investment into cutting-edge projects.
QI group managing director Kuna Senathirajah unveiled the ambit of the investment, kicking off with the global events management System.
Senathirajah said the innovative platform promises unprecedented cost efficiencies and operational consistencies for both participants and organisers across QI Group and QIU’s diverse range of events.
“Additionally, a pioneering AI project is set to enhance corporate efficiency and staff capabilities.
“The introduction of an AI upline system will provide sophisticated, gamified business coaching, training and empowerment in their ventures,” he said.
QI Group is also modernising its financial platforms, including the digital wallet and digital payment systems to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving digital finance landscape.
“The MoU between QI Group and QIU will drive the joint development of event management systems, platforms for distributors, and solutions to improve business processes.
“Both entities will contribute their expertise, resources, and knowledge to ensure the successful creation of these innovative solutions,” added Senathirajah.
QIU will leverage QI Group’s professional expertise to establish a comprehensive educational programme.
The programme aims to equip QIU students and graduates with world-class skills in cloud technologies and cybersecurity, anticipating the demands of the future job market by 2024.
With these initiatives, QI Group and QIU reaffirm their commitment to innovation and excellence.
Dedicated teams will manage the rollout of these projects, setting a new standard for operational efficiency and security in the industry.
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