Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organization
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The Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organization (ASOCIO) is a grouping of ICT industry associations representing the Asian-Oceania region. Established in 1984 in Tokyo, Japan, ASOCIO’s objective is to develop the computing society and industry across the Asia Oceania region domain by promoting trade as well as fostering relationships between its member economies. ASOCIO has created links between ICT companies and the industry’s growth in member economies.
ASOCIO represents the interests of 24 economies from Australia, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
As of 1 January 2017, ASOCIO is chaired by David Wong Nan Fay, who represents Malaysia on behalf of PIKOM.
- Catalyst of Asia Pacific Digital Transformation and Enablement;
- Create and facilitate frameworks and platform for cross-border trade;
- Engage governments on the development of national digital agenda;
- Assist member economies to establish globally competitive ICT industry;
- Be the Voice of the ICT industry at international trade and technology fora;
- Facilitate implementation of standards and governance;
- Be the focal point on the state of the Digital Economy in the region.
1. Promotion and development of the interests of member economies within the computing services industry and other ancillary and allied industries and to encourage member economies to formulate, maintain and establish a code of conduct including standards of services and performance, as guidelines for compliance
2. To promote the interests of the industry through the print media (trade journals, directories, books, papers, periodicals, gazettes, circulars and other publications), exhibitions and competitions.
3. To formulate and propose model legislative or other such measures for the advancement of the computing services industry and the community and to promote opportunities for the interchange of opinions on various matters.
4. To confer, consult, maintain, contact and cooperate with any association, society or institution having objectives in whole or part similar to those of the organization.
|1984 - 1986||Late Ichiro Tanizawa||JISA (Japan)|
|1987 - 1988||Kevin Morrisey||ACS (Australia)|
|1989 - 1990||Y. T. Lee||FKII (Korea)|
|1991 - 1992||Noel Hon||SFCI (Singapore)|
|1993 - 1994||Richard Yin||CISA (Taiwan)|
|1995 - 1996||Y. T. Lee||FKII (Korea)|
|1997 - 1998||F. C. Kohli||NASSCOM (India)|
|1999 - 2000||Neville Roach||AIIA (Australia)|
|2001 - 2002||Harres Tan||PIKOM (Malaysia)|
|2003 - 2004||Manoo Ordeedolchest||ATCI (Thailand)|
|2005 - 2006||Wilson Tan||SiTF (Singapore)|
|2007 - 2009||Ashank Desai||NASSCOM (India)|
|2010 - 2012||Looi Kien Leong||PIKOM (Malaysia)|
|2013 – 2014||Abdullah H. Kafi||BCS (Bangladesh)|
|2015 – 2016||Bunrak Saraggananda||ATCI (Thailand)|
|2017 – Present||David Wong Nan Fay||PIKOM (Malaysia)|
Chronology of member expansion
|New Zealand||ITANZ (NZSA 2009)|
|1993||Indonesia||ASPILUKI (FTII 2009)|
|2000||Philippines||ITFP (BPAP 2007)|