Alibaba Cloud and Fusionex Enter into Strategic Partnership

Joining hands to promote digital transformation within the ASEAN region 

Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group, and Fusionex, a leading data technology provider specialising in Big Data Analytics (BDA), Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI), today announced a partnership to provide industry-leading end to end cloud solutions in the ASEAN region. 

Under the partnership, Fusionex will deploy its award-winning big data solutions on Alibaba Cloud’s powerful, scalable and cost-effective infrastructure, and will become the key Alibaba Cloud go-to-market partner in the ASEAN market combining Alibaba Cloud services with its offerings to provide clients with a total solution.

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By leveraging Alibaba Cloud’s cloud computing infrastructure and sophisticated data intelligence services, ranging from data processing to machine learning, Fusionex will be able to provide advanced big data solutions for its increasing base of customers, especially in sectors such as financial services, trade facilitation, e-commerce, retail, aviation, travel and hospitality as well as manufacturing. Enterprises seeking to use Fusionex’s offerings will be able to access them via Alibaba Cloud.

The two companies will also join forces in driving innovation in BDA, Machine Learning, AI and IoT. Alibaba Cloud will leverage its infrastructure and solutions to empower Fusionex’s innovation centre to develop technology and platforms that will drive the digital transformation of the region.

“As we enter a new era of digital transformation, businesses across the ASEAN region require new levels of support to tap into the emerging opportunities. Machine intelligence and cloud computing combined with big data analytics will play a crucial role as the computing infrastructure.” said Raymond Ma, Head of ASEAN & ANZ, Alibaba Cloud, “We are very pleased to partner with Fusionex who shares our vision of developing the next generation of technology, and empowering our customers with drivers of change.”

Ivan Teh, Fusionex Chief Executive Officer, said, “Today’s partnership marks an exciting step towards Fusionex’s goal of further advancing our technology and expanding our reach. We are delighted to partner with Alibaba Cloud to support the digital transformation of ASEAN countries. The sophisticated cloud services provided by Alibaba Cloud and data technology offered by Fusionex will complement each other and create synergy in servicing our customers more swiftly and effectively as well as providing them the opportunity to scale at a much faster rate.” 

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