NCS Pte Ltd

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NCS Group
Type Subsidiary
Industry IT, Telecomms, BPO
Founded 1981
Headquarters Singapore
Key people Chia Wee Boon, Chief Executive Officer
Products Systems Integration, IT Systems, Communications Engineering, Outsourcing
Employees more than 8,000[1]
Parent SingTel Group
Subsidiaries
  • NCS Communications Engineering
  • NCSSI-Solutions
Website www.ncs.com.sg

NCS Group (also known as NCS Pte Ltd or "NCS", previously known as National Computer Systems) is a multinational information technology and communications engineering company headquartered in Singapore. NCS has over 8,000 staff located in more than 10 countries across Asia Pacific and Middle East regions.[1]

History[edit]

NCS was founded in 1981 when the Government of Singapore embarked upon initiatives to harness information technology (IT) for both the public and private sectors. It was restructured as a commercial entity in 1996 and a year later, became a wholly owned subsidiary of SingTel Group. NCS adopted its current name on 1 November 2003.[2]

Since its inception, NCS has implemented over 3,000 large-scale, mission-critical as well as multi-platform projects for various Asian and Middle East government ministries and agencies.[1]

NCS Communications engineering[edit]

SingTel Aeradio was a communication engineering services provider in airport consultancy, facility management services, engineering and radio communications, C4ISR*, intelligent building, smart security solutions, transportation solutions, IT infrastructure system, IT Security training and certification, telecommunication and multimedia.[3]

In 2002, SingTel Aeradio merged with NCS, retaining much of its identity as NCS Communications Engineering (NCS Comms Engg).[4]

Products and services[edit]

The company offers several services including consultancy, development, integration, infrastructure management, and BPO to customers from the public, education, financial services, insurance, healthcare, life sciences, logistics, telecommunications, utilities and transportation sectors.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "NCS - Make IT Happen". The Straits Times. 20 November 2012. p. C17. 
  2. ^ "History & Milestones". NCS. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  3. ^ "NCS Communications Engineering". NCS. Retrieved 25 November 2012. 
  4. ^ "NCS Communications Engineering". NCS. Retrieved 12 November 2013. 

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