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Following the announcement of businesses reopening in Malaysia, Microsoft is well prepared to lend a helping hand

Following the announcement of businesses reopening in Malaysia, Microsoft is well prepared to lend a helping hand

After a long hiatus due to Covid-19, Malaysia is all set to open for business. The government’s ‘Stand United, We Shall Prevail’ themed budget is being well received for being a bold move in a timely manner. The budget will focus on helping people build strong resilience and work on economic recovery. To overcome the current challenges and meet the long-standing aspirations of the nation, the budget will work to ensure business continuity. Microsoft is committed to partnering with Malaysia to drive competitiveness through comprehensive measures. Digitalization for business is the main motto for the budget, and education was also made a priority to help the economy recover. Digital technologies have significantly boosted the growth of the economy, and Covid 19 is being considered as an unprecedented moment in Malaysia’s history.

Innovation has become a necessity, and it is rapidly growing due to the ongoing pandemic. Two years’ worth of digitalization effort was witnessed in the world within two months. Digitalization is expected to be a major driving force for the nation’s economy, and new initiatives are being brought in to deal with the challenges that are faced by businesses in recent times. The journey ahead is looking very challenging, but Microsoft is optimistic that Malaysia will surely overcome the uncertainties.


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