Tricor's digital innovation honoured at the Malaysia International Business Awards
Tricor's digital transformation strategy, ‘One Tricor’, reimagines the customer experience by boosting efficiency, accuracy and productivity.
Tricor took home the Malaysia International Business Award 2022 trophy in the Business Services category, earning the accolade for excellence in digital innovation which has revolutionized the firm’s client experience.
The Malaysia International Business Awards 2022, presented by Singapore Business Review, is now in its fourth year. The programme recognizes enterprises in Malaysia for their hard work and dedication, calling attention to initiatives that have significantly enhanced business growth.
Tricor, Asia’s leading business expansion specialist, has continuously invested in various technologies and platforms as part of its ongoing digital transformation strategy, as the world moves into the digital era and customer demands evolve. This innovation is enabling the firm to distinctly cater to the unique needs and priorities of its global client base.
Relying on innovative technologies, including robotic process automation (RPA), Tricor deployed digital solutions to deliver payroll services in a new, more efficient manner. Drawing from its initial success with payroll, Tricor expanded its use of automation and RPA and is now helping clients ensure the business continuity of their finance, corporate services and business services functions.
To better harness the long-term opportunities stemming from these technologies, Tricor has created a Shared Service Centre (SSC) in Malaysia operated by a dedicated team of specialists. The team – which is highly trained and experienced in the field of image processing, machine learning, data analytics and artificial intelligence – supports business units across Tricor’s global footprint.
The next installment of the ‘One Tricor’ project is set to launch in the third quarter of 2022, with a ground-up redesign of the firm’s corporate governance solutions.
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