Malaysian Government Open Source Software Conference, 6-7 December 2007

The Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) of the Prime Minister’s Department is organising the Malaysian Government Open Source Software Conference on 6-7 December 2007. Molly Cheah has been invited to present a paper "The OSS Revolution –
Driving Business Applications: Using OSS in Healthcare Industry" as
representative of OSHCA.

In conjunction with the conference, MAMPU is organising an exhibition and OSHCA had also been invited to showcase its members’ OSS products and/or services during those 2 days.

Exhibition Goals:

  • to showcase the OSS products, solutions and services that can be potentially used by the Public Sector. The exhibition is to demonstrate the readiness of the ICT industry to support the
    implementation of the Malaysian Public Sector Open Source Software
    Programme and also to encourage increased growth in the local OSS industry and community.

  • The exhibition must reflect both quality and professionalism. It
    should be rich in content and showcase a variety of OSS products,
    solutions and services, ranging from emerging technologies to matured
    products. It should also demonstrate interoperability between OSS and
    proprietary products.