Myanmar Post is among the state-owned enterprises (SOEs) that have been suffering losses over the last several years. The postal service first began with the setting up of the Sittwe Postal Office in 1827. Due to the advent of modern digital communications, the SOE’s revenue has declined drastically. People who used to rely on physical […]

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Microsoft Launches Office 365 in Myanmar – MPT and Grand Royal Among Commercial Customers

​​ US computing giant Microsoft has of­ficially introduced its latest cloud-based Mi­crosoft Office 365 product to Myanmar. Mr Sy Wann, Microsoft Myanmar’s Country Di­rector, said at a launcg ceremony at the Sule Shangri-La hotel last month that Myanmar’s technology-based indus­tries are fostering multi-sectoral development andstart using cloud-based technology. Microsoft 365 is part of Microsoft’s software […]

MPT and KBZ Join Forces for SIM Registration

​​ Myanmar Post and Telecommunication (MPT) SIM cards can be registered at Kanbawza Bank (KBZ) branches across the nation starting in December 2016, the two companies have jointly announced. “We are working with KBZ to register all the MPT users before March 2017. We will continue to look for the most convenient options for all […]

Hitachi looks to expand infrastructure business in Myanmar

NAYPYIDAW — Hitachi seeks to utilize its proprietary technologies in IT and other areas to help modernize Myanmar’s infrastructure beyond just the aging rail lines, the chairman of the Japanese conglomerate told The Nikkei during a visit to the Myanmar capital. Much of Myanmar’s railways date back to the British colonial era and the country has been slow […]