Again I repeat my same statement, sns shouldn't be listed at first... Nothing worth to invest... I got IPO, but useless, within few days after IPO, it dropped below IPO price 0.25...haha, do you think this lousy sns still rise? Hahaha
Why someone always can't accept the fact that sns is negative (overvalued) in IPO. That's why the sns share overall downtrend towards 0.200 because fair price for sns is 0.200. If you can't accept the fact, just don't put comment here, is that simple.
And the someone think that other people give negative comment will influent the share price or investor?? That person so childish .... if you can't accept the fact you should quite investing in share.. is that simple
KUALA LUMPUR: SNS Network Technology Bhd says its wholly owned SNS Network (M) Sdn. Bhd has signed a collaboration agreement with Kumon Education (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd to supply Apple iPad products and accessories to Kumon Malaysia's students and parents.
Kumon Malaysia is part of the largest established after-school enrichment programme in the world with over four million students currently enrolled across 50 countries and regions.
The collaboration agreement covers over 200 Kumon learning centres and can benefit more than 37,000 students in Malaysia.
As part of the agreement, SNS will create and maintain a portal from which Kumon Malaysia's parents and students can access while also undertaking all services related to the supply of Apple iPad products and accessories.
SNS managing director Ko Yun Hung said the collaboration enabled Kumon Malaysia to gain access to a range of Apple products and accessories offered by it in a seamless manner.
"It also allows us to better serve and communicate with parents and students through the dedicated portal. These products will enrich students' after-school learning experience, providing them access to tools to stimulate their minds and enabling them to interact with each other," Ko added,
Kumon Malaysia general manager Atsushi Hasegawa said the supply of iPad products and accessories through the collaboration with SNS was part of Kumon Connect feature launched in January 2023 to encourage students to enjoy the learning process together online.
"We believe that digital learning is increasingly an important part of the entire learning process for students and we would like them to have a great head start."
SNS Network executive director Kelvin Pah (left) and Samsung Malaysia Electronics president Denny Kim (right).
PETALING JAYA: SNS Network Technology Bhd’s subsidiary SNS Network (M) Sdn Bhd has been awarded the Enterprise Business Strategic Partner (Education Segment) by Samsung Malaysia Electronics (SME) Sdn. Bhd.
In a statement, SNS said the award acknowledged its commitment to advancing education through technology and collaborations with Samsung Malaysia on various projects. This recognition highlights the group's efforts and dedication to promoting digital education.
Executive director Kelvin Pah said partnering with Samsung Malaysia on initiatives to provide tablets to students could enhance digital literacy and encourage students to familiarise themselves with technology that will be useful to their future.
“We believe our collaboration with Samsung Malaysia will pave way for new and innovative approaches to education, and we look forward to working together to transform the lives of students in Malaysia,” he said.
Samsung Malaysia Electronics president Denny Kim said: “We appreciate SNS for selecting us as their partner for this significant project. We believe that the project's objective is to equip the younger generation with the skills necessary to navigate an increasingly digital world.”
good latest qr. raya purchases of devices. upcoming qr seems good too. possible gov contract for digitilizing education. their joi products are infacts in schools around the country. 3rd quarter would be Uni reg season, so laptops would be selling like hot cakes..my two cents
In addition, SNS platforms offer some e-commerce and payment functionalities that could potentially replace MYEG's payment gateway. For example, Facebook and Instagram have introduced features such as Shops and Checkout, which allow businesses to sell products directly on their pages and process payments through the platforms. This could enable government agencies to offer their services on SNS platforms and receive payments through them, reducing the need for users to access MYEG's payment portal.
However, there are also several challenges and limitations that SNS platforms face in terms of replacing MYEG. Firstly, SNS platforms are not specifically designed for government services and may not have the necessary infrastructure and security features to handle sensitive data and transactions. This could pose a risk to user privacy and security, as well as to the integrity of the government services offered.
Secondly, SNS platforms are primarily designed for socializing and entertainment, and users may not perceive them as reliable sources of information and services related to government. This could lead to a lack of trust and credibility in government services offered on SNS platforms, especially if they are not properly verified or authenticated.
Thirdly, SNS platforms are subject to external factors such as algorithm changes, policy updates, and user behavior trends, which could affect the visibility and accessibility of government services. For example, if a government agency relies solely on Facebook to promote its services, it may be affected by changes in Facebook's news feed algorithm or by a decline in user engagement on the platform.
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