Frequently asked questions:
Who is SGTech?
SGTech is the new name of what was formerly known as SiTF or the Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation.
As the technology industry continues to evolve, SGTech will play an important role in developing and implementing initiatives that can help strengthen and grow digitalisation amongst businesses, the tech industry and the community at large.
aims to include and serve companies that are leveraging technology as core to
serve their customers, for instance, financial institutions, and platform
service providers. Such companies are building new digital platforms and
investing in technology R&D accounting for an increasing number of tech
professionals in Singapore.
How will SGTech be different from SiTF?
has long been a significant partner in promoting technology and innovation and
has championed the transformation of the info-communications sector. Under
SGTech, the association will continue to ensure the industry remains at the
forefront of developments.
SiTF catered to the info-communications sector, SGTech is embracing a larger
audience and will expand its membership base to include organisations from
various sectors so long as they recognise technology as a core driver of their
Who are SGTech’s members?
members range from start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises to
advances in digital technologies leading to the emergence of new business
models, SGTech is expanding the scope of its membership to include not only
technology providers but also technology users who are using technology as core
to serve their customers.
What is SGTech’s charter?
will sharpen and deepen our focus on three key value propositions for our
members and to the community we serve:
(1) Being a Business Enabler;
(2) Provider of Industry Insights;
(3) Being a Responsible Advocate
is keenly working on initiatives and programmes that will provide business
outreach and opportunities for its members. SGTech has technology aligned
chapters to help the industry and users understand the innovative technologies
better. The launch of the pro-tem committee for Artificial Intelligence &
High-Performance Computing (AI & HPC) will help users on adoptions, develop
talents and create better awareness of AI.
continues to partner with IMDA to enable SMEs-Go-Digital to drive technology
adoption and develop sustainable ‘digital’ strategy.
address a key concern for its members - developing talent and capabilities, talentguru,
a career development portal was set up. This portal is dedicated to helping
students, fresh graduates and mid-career switchers to understand their skill
gaps and their respective jobs’ career path. Talentguru is
‘not another job matching portal’. It uses AI and machine learning to
help understand the skills sets needed for a particular role and helps
individuals map a career path forward.
will contribute to the industry knowledge through select industry research
studies to topics that matter most to businesses.
Voice of the Industry
will continue to be an active responsible voice of the industry, a trusted and
respected partner of the government by working for our members responsibly.
What are the different programmes under SGTech?
There are four Chapters which allow SGTech to offer focused support and development to both strategic and innovative sectors in the tech industry. They include:
- Cloud & Big Data Chapter
- Cyber Security Chapter
- Digital Transformation Chapter
- Singapore Enterprise Chapter
Two new pro-tem committees are set up to cater to emerging industry needs:
- AI & High-Performance Computing
- Smart Nation
Other programmes include:
- Talent Capabilities Development
- Start-up 123 JumpStart
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