Institute for Information Industry

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Institute for Information Industry
NGO research institute
Founded24 July 1979
Headquarters11F, No. 106, Section 2, Heping East Road, ,
Key people
Dr. Chih-Kung Lee, Chairman
Dr.CH Cho, President
ServicesICT R&D, Telematics R&D, ICT Talents Cultivation, Market Intelligence Analysis, Science & Technology Law Research & Service, ICT Applied Innovative Service, ICT Application Promotion, Innovated Start-Ups Incubation, International Collaboration Development
RevenueNT$4.1 billion (2009)
Number of employees
1800+ (2012)

The Institute for Information Industry (III; Chinese: 資訊工業策進會; pinyin: Zīxùn Gōngyè Cèjìnhuì, abbreviated Chinese: 資策會; pinyin: Zīcèhuì) was established in 1979 as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) through the joint efforts of public and private sectors, to support the development/applications of the information industry as well as the information society in Taiwan under the supervision of the Republic of China Ministry of Economic Affairs. III has international partnership with InBIA[1]IEEE[2] and Cisco Networking Academy[3] by offering educations in Taiwan.

Besides technology advancement, III’s mission has evolved from Information Technology (IT) to Information and Communication Technology (ICT) development with a wide social coverage.

III’s headquarter
III’s major branch offices
III’s three core values: Innovation, Compassion, Effectiveness


III is supervised by a Board of Directors and led by the President/CEO. The organization is composed of 3 functional groups: R&D Institutes, Service Units and Operational Supports.[4]

Core Competences[edit]

Research and Development[edit]

Industry Services[edit]

Intellectual Property[edit]



III’s headquarters occupies the 8th to 11th floors of the Science and Technology Building.[citation needed]

Branch Offices[edit]

  • 5F, 7F, 8F, 14F, No. 133, Sec. 4 Minsheng East Road, Taipei City 105, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • 8F, No.151, Sec. 3, Xinyi Road, Taipei City 106, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • 19F, 22F, No. 216, Sec. 2, Dunhua South Road, Taipei 106, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • 3F-3, No. 2, Fuxing 4th Road, Kaohsiung City, 80661 Taiwan, R.O.C. (Kaohsiung Software Technology Park)
  • No.2, Wenxian Rd., Nantou City, Nantou County 540, Taiwan (R.O.C.)


  • Chairman
    • 2009–2012:Chintay Shih
    • 2012–2016:Jin-Fu Chang
    • 2016.5-2016.8:Ta-Sheng Lo (Acting chairman)
    • 2016.8-2017.9:Yau-Hwang Kuo
    • 2017.10-present:Dr. Chih-Kung Lee
  • President
    • 2010–2012:Chih-Kung Lee
    • 2012–2016:Ruey-Beei Wu
    • 2016.5-2016.8 :Jonq-Min Liu (Acting president)
    • 2016.8-2017.10:Jonq-Min Liu
    • 2017.11-2018.10:Hsiao-Pin Yu (Yuster)
    • 2018.10-2019.1:Po Jen Hsiao (Acting president)
    • 2019.1-present:CH Cho


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