Denmark’s Danware Plans to Strengthen its Presence in Malaysia

With the help of Malaysian partner ProNetOp Sdn Bhd, Danware aims to increase the distribution of its NetOp software products to government schools and institutions of higher learning.
Danware and ProNetOp now provide the Education Ministry with more than 70,000 licences of the NetOp school software, which has been installed in over 2,000 primary and secondary schools as well as institutions of higher learning, regional manager Claus Andreasson said in a statement on 5 July 2007.
“We are targeting to increase this number by the end of this year. We are doing this by fostering closer ties with government agencies such as Mampu (Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit),” Andreasson said.
He said the company recently reached an agreement with Mampu for its software systems to be recommended to government agencies and educational institutions that may require them.
The NetOp school software from Danware is an application that enables computer-based teaching to become more efficient and allow teachers to follow the progress of students online.
“With the NetOp software, students learn better and are protected from improper use of the Internet,” said ProNetOp’s chief executive officer Adi Yazid Rosli.

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