IDA to support technology seminar series

The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) is supporting a series of seminars organised by one of its Infocomm Local Industry Upgrading Programme (iLIUP) industry partners. Singapore, 18 July 2000 - The seminars aims to introduce technology solutions to the various industries such as healthcare, telecommunications, banking and finance, media, and education.

The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) is supporting a series of seminars organised by one of its Infocomm Local Industry Upgrading Programme (iLIUP) industry partners.

Singapore, 18 July 2000 - The seminars aims to introduce technology solutions to the various industries such as healthcare, telecommunications, banking and finance, media, and education. The iLIUP activities are organised to accelerate the development of a vibrant infocomm industry and to foster mass adoption of cutting-edge technologies.

The first technology solutions seminar organised by Lernout and Hauspie (L&H) will be held on 19 July 2000 and will focus on "Bringing Speech & Language Solutions to Healthcare".

Spearheaded by IDA, the iLIUP promotes strategic and mutually beneficial partnerships between global infocomm MNCs and Singapore infocomm companies. iLIUP serves as a platform to promote and recognise infocomm industry innovation and excellence.

Mr Khoong Hock Yun, Assistant Chief Executive (Infocomm Development) at IDA says, "Our goal is to bridge the gap between technology developers and the users who can potentially reap benefits from such cutting-edge technologies through our local industry solution providers."

IDA will be introducing more of such seminars from other technology partners under the iLIUP. "The infocomm industry plays a critical role in accelerating the delivery of solutions beneficial to every sector", added Mr Khoong.

Interested parties can visit the L&H website or IDA website for registration and other details.

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