Serba Dinamik optimistic of achieving RM2.5 bln sales by 2024

Last update: 16/07/2019

By Mohd Khairi Idham Amran

KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 (Bernama) -- Engineering services provider Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd is optimistic its information technology (IT) related business will achieve RM2.5 billion in sales by 2024.

Founder and group chief executive officer Datuk Dr Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah said it made the projection based on the achievement of other IT companies globally and the borderless applications of IT related products and services.

“You can see how Facebook, Google, Instagram, Amazon and Alibaba established their positions. There is a massive market out there,” he told Bernama in an interview here today.

He said the company had been putting a lot of efforts in the last two years to develop IT-related technology, especially in applications for the industry's future needs.

“For 2019, we initially allocated RM30 million for IT business, and it has almost reached the limit, so we are putting in an additional RM30 million to further prop up our technological advancement and our position as an IT solutions provider, domestically and globally.

“I think we have reached the level that we want to market all these products and services to institutional customers, and of course, to the world population of 7.5 billion,” he said.

In line with Serba Dinamik’s push for IT and technologies of fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0), the company is organising the Beyond Paradigm Summit 2019, which will feature social humanoid robot Sophia for the first time in Malaysia. 

To be held on July 17-18 at the Malaysian International Trade and Exhibition Centre, the summit will showcase advanced technologies encapsulating the core ideas of digitalisation and data exchange surrounding IR 4.0.

Mohd Abdul Karim said the summit, expected to gather 1,000 participants, would be a valuable platform to connect industry players and for them to leverage each other’s strength and market potential in driving the country’s IR 4.0 agenda.

The second summit would be held in Kuching from July 20 to 21 and was expected to garner 500 participants, he added.