SITEC conducting e-commerce classes to increase sellers’ revenue


SHAH ALAM, AUG 15: The Selangor Information Technology and E-trade Council (SITEC) is committed to organising more e-commerce classes for traders and businessmen to increase their knowledge and products.

SITEC Chief Executive Yong Kai Ping said efforts to assist the small and medium industry (SMI) aim to increase the quality of service between sellers and consumers, ultimately boosting revenue.

“SITEC’s long-term plan is to organise more e-commerce classes to increase knowledge on this matter.

“SITEC is committed to assist and guide businessmen to increase their number of products,” he said to SelangorKini.


According to Kai Ping, SITEC had also visited Taipei, Taiwan in order to foster ‘Cross-Border Trading’.

The council, established in June 2016, has managed to organise 90 e-commerce classes with the aim to increase systematic knowledge on e-commerce, targeting SMI players, brick-and-mortar shops and online traders.

“The e-commerce classes have received encouraging responses so far, to the extent that we get an average of 100 attendees each time.

“SITEC has successfully guided the SMI in 190 classes within 13 months and recorded sales revenue of up to RM1.3 million,” he said.

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