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Malaysia’s Largest NGO Chooses Microsoft

By on November 1, 2013

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The Tzu Chi Foundation, an international charitable foundation that first opened its branch in Malaysia in 1993, recently announced that it has successfully deployed a comprehensive stack of Microsoft technology to help achieve its humanitarian mission more effectively.

 

Tzu Chi KL-Selangor Branch Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Sio Kee Hong said that implementing Microsoft’s technology has greatly improved their ability to respond to humanitarian needs. He added that gathering resources and information, a task that used to take three hours, can now be done within an hour, thanks to Microsoft.

 

Previously, Tzu Chi used a mix of open source and proprietary technology and software. However, they found that the lack of uniformity and standard impedes their work. They also realized that the mix of technology creates a lot of restrictions and hindered their productivity.

 

Earlier this year, Tzu Chi took advantage of a special licensing arrangement that allowed for software donations to charitable organizations, standardized its entire infrastructure on an up-to-date Microsoft stack, which include Windows, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Active Directory and Windows Server.

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