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ASOCIO. Lucas Lim Secretary General ASOCIO. About ASOCIO. Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organization (ASOCIO) is a grouping of ICT associations representing Asian-Oceanian region established in 1984, Tokyo, Japan. Dedicated to.

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asocio

ASOCIO

Lucas Lim

Secretary General

ASOCIO

about asocio
About ASOCIO
  • Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organization (ASOCIO)
  • is a grouping of ICT associations representing Asian-Oceanian region
  • established in 1984, Tokyo, Japan
dedicated to
Dedicated to
  • Develop the computing society and industry across the Asia-Oceania domain
  • Promote, encourage and foster relationships among member organizations.
objective
Objective
  • To promote, encourage, foster, develop and coordinate the interests of members of the organization in the computing services industry.
  • To encourage its members to formulate, maintain and establish a code of conduct including standards of services and performance, as guidelines for compliance by the computing serviced industry.
  • To promote the interests of the industry through the print media, exhibitions, competitions and public for as may be advantageous to the computing services industry.
  • To formulate and propose model legislative or other such measures for the advancement of the interest of the computing services industry’s and the community.
  • To mutually promote, encourage, foster and develop computing services and other ancillary and allied industries.
  • To promote opportunities for the interchange of opinions on matters affecting the computing services industry, including cooperation with other organizations on matters of common interest.
  • To prepare, edit, print, issue, acquire and circulate trade journals, directories, books, papers, periodicals, gazettes, circulars and other publications which have a bearing on the computing services industry or on any other business considered by the General Assembly of the organization to be allied, and to form libraries and collections of literature, and compile statistics and other information relating to the computing services industry.
  • To confer, consult, maintain, contact and cooperate with any association, society or institution having objectives in whole or part similar to those of the organization.
20 years ago
20 years ago
  • 5 Founding Members
    • Japan (President)
    • Korea
    • China, Taipei
    • Australia
    • New Zealand
  • 1 meeting a year – General Assembly
today
Today
  • 26 Members
    • 19 Members (Asia-Oceania)
    • 7 Guest Members (Europe & US)
  • 2-5 Meetings a year
asocio members
ASOCIO Members
  • Australia – AIIA
  • Bangladesh – BCS
  • China, Taipei – CISA
  • Hong Kong – ISIA
  • India – NASSCOM
  • Indonesia - ASPILUKI
  • Japan – JISA
  • Korea – FKII
  • Malaysia – PIKOM
  • Mongolia – MIDAS/MONITA
  • Myanmar – MCF
  • Nepal – CAN
  • New Zealand – ITANZ
  • Pakistan – PASHA
  • Philippines – ITFP
  • Singapore – SiTF
  • Sri Lanka – FITIS
  • Thailand - ATCI
  • Vietnam - VINASA

[email protected]

MIDAS/MONITA

MCF

Myanmar Computer Federation

officers
Officers
  • President (support – finance / backups )
  • Immediate Past President
  • Vice Presidents (task)
  • Directors (smaller task)
tasks
Tasks
  • JISA, Japan – Membership
  • NASSCOM, India – Trade & Promotion
  • FKII, Korea – Website
  • PIKOM, Malaysia – Revenue Generation
  • AIIA, Australia – Public Policy
  • China, Taipei – Market Statistics
  • SiTF, Singapore – Connected Asia
financial health
Financial Health
  • Income

- Membership Subscriptions (~50k)

- Events (~10k)

- Publications (~20k)

- Major Member’s Contribution

- (ASOCIO Foundation & Website)

  • Expense

- Personnel

- Activities

- Publication

- Event

[Office, Equipment and staff - sponsored]

activities
Activities
  • Officers Meeting – twice a year (2-day prgm)
  • General Assembly
  • ICT Summit (500 participants/40 economies)
  • Regional ICT Minister-ASOCIO Dialogue
  • Multilateral Trade Visit (bi between members)
  • Executives Meeting
  • Strategic Planning Session
  • Task Force / Committee Meeting
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ASOCIO President

Meeting

ASOCIO Secretariat

Secretary-General

Members’ Secretariats

CEOs/Executive Directors/Sec-Gens

Members’ Chairmen / Officers /ASOCIO Vice President

services
Services
  • Newsflash
  • Trade Leads
  • Company Listings
  • Industry Profile
  • Statistics
  • Government Policies and Programs
  • Event support
  • Information support
asocio position paper
ASOCIO Position Paper
  • Government Procurement
  • Internet Charging
  • GATS
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Connected Asia
regional ict minister asocio dialogue
Regional ICT Minister/ASOCIO Dialogue
  • Objective (platform for p-p)
  • Participants
  • Key Issues
regional ict minister asocio dialogue key issues
Regional ICT Minister/ASOCIO Dialogue - KEY ISSUES
  • Regional Collaboration:
    • Market Entry & Market Creation
    • R&D (such as Open Source System)
    • Sharing of IT Human Resources - Speedy Visa
    • Legal Frameworks & Law Enforcement
    • Taxes/Duties – Minimise/Abolish import/export/sales tax/duty on ICT products/sales
  • Public and Private sectors initiatives:
    • Corporate Social Responsibility - how government and industry can co-operate to get improved outcomes on digital divide and the environment.
    • Policies to support the development of ICT start-ups and small businesses
    • R&D - Incubation centres
  • Public Policies:
    • Trade policy – bilateral/multilateral agreements on equal taxation, security framework, transaction laws and regulations concerning to IT
    • Relax on immigration and labour laws to encourage movement and acquisition of skilled IT personnel
  • Skill and Standards:
    • skill standardisation and certification at regional level
    • Free Flow of IT Skilled Workforce
regional ict minister asocio dialogue1
Regional ICT Minister/ASOCIO Dialogue

2004

  • Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • 2 December 2004
  • 11 Ministers,
  • 20 Member economies

2005

  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • 25 November 2005
asocio 2005 2006 events
ASOCIO 2005-2006 Events
  • Officers Meeting
    • Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia – 21-24 June 2005
  • General Assembly & ICT Summit &

4th Ministerial-Private Dialogue

    • Auckland, New Zealand – 24-26 November 2005
  • Multilateral Trade Visit
    • Sydney, Australia – 20-23 November 2005

[ASOCIO delegation to GPPC 2005 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 14-15 Sept]

asocio 2005 2006 events cont
ASOCIO 2005-2006 Events (cont’)
  • Officers Meeting
    • Karachi, Pakistan – Mid-year 2006
  • General Assembly
    • Bali, Indonesia – November 2006
  • Multilateral Trade Visit 2006
    • Open

[ASOCIO delegation to WCIT 2006 Austin, Texas, 1–5 May]

you are invited
You are Invited
  • ASOCIO ICT Summit
    • 24-26 November
    • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Event Highlights
    • IT Ministerial Dialogue
    • International Conference
    • Local & International Exhibition
    • Bi/Multi Trade Exchange Meeting
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