“For us the collaboration with local partners and the Malaysian Government has been a success, as we have managed to deploy our interoperability platform’s live environment already in six months. We’re pleased to see our partners committed to achieving secure digitalisation fast.”
Cybernetica has completed work on its UXP data exchange platform for the Malaysian government for secure interoperability, document and service exchange between government agencies, effectively modernising its e-governance infrastructure.
Over the past 6 months Cybernetica’s interoperability team has been working on implementing UXP data exchange in Malaysia. While Malaysia previously already had a central data exchange solution for government services in place, it has now been updated to the latest version of Cybernetica’s UXP, which is successfully compliant with the client’s requirements of having no single point of failure and infinite scalability. As of now nearly 10 government agencies are connected to the UXP with more services to be added, from local municipalities to ministries and more. Another 30 agencies will be connected by end of 2023.
According to Maksim Ovtsinnikov, Head of Data Exchange Technologies at Cybernetica, deployment of large scale government interoperability can take time depending on the technological maturity and readiness of the recipient. “For us the collaboration with local partners and the Malaysian Government has been a success, as we have managed to deploy our interoperability platform’s live environment already in six months. We’re pleased to see our partners committed to achieving secure digitalisation fast,” said Ovtsinnikov.
Malaysia has been a focus market for Cybernetica already before this project with naval surveillance solutions deployed there. “With this new partnership, Cybernetica’s presence in Malaysia is gaining even more gravitas and we are looking forward to continuing this collaboration,” explained Ovtsinnikov.
While the implementation of the UXP data exchange platform is now complete, Cybernetica will continue to work with Malaysian partners to allow additional integration of already existing interoperability-based services as well as further development of new digital services, and stakeholder training.
The work was carried out in partnership with HLA Integrated Sdn Bhd for the Malaysian Government.