KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – December 9, 2020 – As new work-from-home orders and adjustments are continually imposed, Convene offers government entities a digital and paperless meeting solution.
Convene is a multi-awarded and leading board portal software, providing different organizations a secure and efficient way to resume work amidst the global pandemic. Important documents and files can be uploaded as operations can run smoothly online without having to compromise employees’ safety as well as the company’s corporate governance.
On October 21, 2020, Trade Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali said in a statement that 10% of the Malaysian workforce will be exempted from its work-from-home order. This covers jobs involving accounting, finance, administration, law, planning, and ICT. However, said workers will be permitted to stay in their respective offices from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., three days a week.
Public Services Department director-general, Mohd Khairul Adib Abd Rahman, said in another statement that each department in the civil service can have a maximum of 30% of their staff working in the office effective October 22, 2020.
Majority of the Malaysian workforce will still be working from home indefinitely. To properly adhere to these restrictions, government entities such as Ministry of Works / Kementerian Kerja Raya (KKR) and Felda Global Ventures (FGV) Holdings Berhad have turned to paperless board meeting solutions such as Convene.
Azeus Systems Limited has been appraised at the highest level (Level 5) of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). This assessment ensures that the company can handle confidential data for large-scale projects with sound security measures.
Convene can also be hosted on the client’s own data centers – one of the few vendors that do – further granting control over the client’s infrastructure.
To avoid physical contact as face-to-meetings are now discouraged, Convene boasts its Document Sign Off feature for all officials and employees to use for signing documents on their respective devices.
Seamlessly adapting to the busy nature that comes with working in government agencies, Convene specializes in real-time synchronization of documents with version control and push notifications to keep users up to date on the latest signatures, edits, and annotations.
This new normal definitely comes with road blocks such as being limited to online meetings and needing to have multiple applications to learn and master. To address these concerns and take meeting management a step further, Convene launched its latest feature, Convene AVC (Audio and Video Conferencing.
Convene AVC is a single-screen meeting platform where employees can access all their documents and host their video conference all in one application. This feature integrates voice and video with the existing Convene app without compromising security.
Established in 2016, Convene Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. Is a product company under Azeus Systems Holdings Ltd. to promote and market their paperless meeting solution Azeus Convene. Presently, over 40 clients in Malaysia have chosen Convene to streamline their meeting processes as well as many other clients in over 100 countries worldwide.
Azeus is a leading IT services provider with almost 30 years of experience in successfully delivering IT solutions to various clients in Europe, Asia Pacific, America, Africa, and Middle East. Azeus has been appraised at the highest level (Level 5) of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). Through the years, Azeus has gained extensive expertise and experience in software applications and products development, integration, and support and maintenance. For more information, visit http://www.azeusconvene.com/my. Connect with us on LinkedIn.