A New Milestone for Taiwan and Japan Tech Collaboration
Information Service Industry Association of R.O.C.
Camille Tu, +886-917-906-228
The “2018 MOU-Signing Ceremony of Cooperation between Taiwan and Japan Software Companies” was held in Tokyo on 8 November. Four MOUs were signed in order to further advance technological collaborations between Taiwan and Japan’s information and communication technology sector.
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Secretary General Chen Pei-li of the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Yvonne Chiu, Board Director of World Information Technology and Services Alliance and Chairperson of Information Service Industry Association of R.O.C, pictured with of Vice Chairman Kazunori Hamano of JISA after four MOUs are signed at the “2018 MOU-Signing Ceremony of Cooperation between Taiwan and Japan Software Companies.” (Photo: Business Wire)
The signing ceremony at the ANA InterContinental Tokyo hotel was attended by Pei-li Chen, Secretary General of Industry Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs; Yvonne Chiu, Chairperson of the Information Service Industry Association of R.O.C. and Board Director of the World Information Technology and Services Alliance; officers of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in Japan; and nearly a hundred distinguished guests from the information and communication technology sector in Taiwan, Japan, and the Asia-Pacific region.
The MOUs were signed by Hamastar Technology Co., Syscom Computer Engineering Co., GEO Informatics Inc., and Appedu Computer Design Institute from Taiwan; and MARS FLAG, Arise Innovation, Codetakt, and animation school amps from Japan.
Focusing on areas such as system software, website development, and search engines, the cooperation between Taiwanese and Japanese companies will contribute to educational software, product licensing and distribution, cooperative development, sales, and the establishment of new partnerships.
Taiwan and Japan's ICT industries share a high degree of compatibility and complementary skills in terms of technology and management systems. The collaboration is expected to promote mutual business opportunities in markets beyond the two nations.
Chiu, Chairperson of the Information Service Industry Association of R.O.C., has long been devoted to promoting technology diplomacy through marketing integration and transnational cooperation, and her efforts have led to successful and outstanding cooperation cases between Japan and Taiwan. Companies are welcomed to ask for more details through the Association’s website: http://www.cisanet.org.tw/eng.
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