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November 27, 2019
HRDF Conference and Exhibition 2019
November 26th-27th, 2019: DayaQuest and Saba Software partnered to become a valued sponsor and exhibitor for the HRDF Conference and Exhibition 2019 held at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. The HRDF Conference and Exhibition is currently at its 19th year and has steadily drawn more participants year-by-year ranging from both local and international level from various industries. HR professionals regard HRDF Conference and Exhibition as one of the “must attend” HR conferences of the year. This
June 10th, 2019: Hartalega, one of the world’s largest producers of nitrile gloves, officially launches HartaLearns Learning Management System (LMS), which is its very first LMS powered by Saba Cloud. Hartalega has selected Saba Cloud among several competitive bidders for its robust suite of learning features and its strong local partner, DayaQuest, who has over a decade of large-scale LMS implementation experience with enterprise organizations in the region. With HartaLearns, Hartalega’s employees can now access
May 7th, 2019: Saba Software, the global market leader in talent management solutions since 1997, awarded atQuest Solution with the prestigious Sales Excellence Award in APAC Saba Partner Summit 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand. This is in recognition of atQuest Solution’s contribution and track record as a top Saba partner in APAC region. As Saba partner since 2009, atQuest Solution has successfully implemented Saba learning management system at many enterprise organizations in the region.
DayaQuest and Saba Software came together and organized a half-day event on “Smart Financial Centre – Digital Transformation in Learning” with heads of L&D and IT from financial organizations. The event was held at Bankers Club Kuala Lumpur in Bukit Bintang. DayaQuest and Saba Software shared their thoughts and experience on the latest trends and digital learning technologies in financial industry, which financial organizations can leverage to drive learning engagement and effectiveness. The event was
DBS Bank yesterday announced that it is investing S$20m over five years in a broad-based programme to skill its 10,000 Singapore-based employees in digital banking and emerging technologies, enabling them to thrive in the digital economy and adapt to the future of work. According to the report, the financial sector is an integral part of the country’s ambition to be a Smart Nation. The DBS programme supports the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s vision to create a