IMDA: Open your world to digital possibilities
The IMDA develops and regulates the converging infocomm and media sectors in a holistic way, creating a dynamic and exciting sector filled with opportunities for growth, through an emphasis on talent, research, innovation and enterprise. As a statutory board in the Singapore government, it seeks to deepen regulatory capabilities for a converged infocomm media.
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Better Data Driven Business
The Better Data Driven Business programme (BDDB) provides free tools and guidance to help SMEs better safeguard their customers’ personal data while making more effective use of data to remain competitive.
Chief Technology Officer-as-a-Service
Through Chief Technology Officer-as-a-Service (CTOaaS), SMEs will be able to assess their digital maturity and access digitalisation resources via a one-stop web application. Those that need in-depth advisory can tap on a shared pool of Digital Consultants for digital advisory and project management services.
SGTraDex — Common Data Infrastructure
SGTraDex, created as a result of the Singapore Together Alliance for Action (AfA) on Supply Chain Digitalisation, aims to streamline information flows across the fragmented global ecosystem through a common data highway.
Future Communications Research and Development Programme
IMDA and National Research Foundation Singapore (NRF) are investing close to S$70 million through the launch of Singapore’s first national Future Communications Research and Development Programme (FCP), to jumpstart cutting-edge communications and connectivity research. This grows local capability, to translate into innovative products, services and companies.