Tencent Cloud announced its showcase at the GITEX GLOBAL 2023 in Dubai. Attending for the second time, Tencent Cloud is looking to strategically grow its business in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) market.
During the event, Tencent Cloud will be debuting the SuperApp-as-a-Service, along with their latest innovations, under the Tencent Cloud AI and media solution family, that will be tailored for MEA enterprises.
Leveraging the track records in supporting Weixin/WeChat ecosystem with over 1.1 billion monthly active Mini Program users, Tencent Cloud’s SuperApp-as-a-Service features the Tencent Cloud Mini Program Platform (TCMPP) that transforms web and mobile apps into one light-weight mini program for aggregation, open to any cloud infrastructure with container-based deployment. It offers a robust digital infrastructure which is fundamental for enterprise and public service transformation.
On 17th October 2023, Tencent Cloud and TAMM, under the Department of Government Enablement of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, held a signing ceremony to celebrate their partnership, and this collaboration will transform the public services into mini programs and aggregate them on TAMM using TCMPP capabilities.
This lifestyle transformation has turned TAMM into a Super App, consolidating over 700 essential public services from more than 30 government entities and the private sector on a single, standardized mini program, to provide services including citizenship and work permit applications, business registration, industrial license applications, housing and property leasing, healthcare facility access, tourism information, inheritance services, insurance matters, traffic ticket management, education and work benefits.
Tencent’s Transformative Technological Solutions, showcased at GITEX 2023
Quick-training Digital Human is Tencent Cloud’s latest solution, empowering businesses of all shapes and sizes to reap the benefits from the AI revolution. It supports enterprise users to create customized digital avatars with minimal training, as such meeting the increasing demand for digital avatars across a vast variety of fields, including customer service, sales and marketing, virtual tour guiding, and more. Furthermore, the Tencent Cloud e-know Your Customer (eKYC) solution, utilizes AI technologies to optimize identity authentication processes with document recognition, liveness detection, and face verification capabilities.
Dan Hu, Vice President of Tencent Cloud International for the Middle East and Africa, said,
“Backed by our ecosystem-building experience in the consumer internet space, as well as our AI capabilities accumulated, including hosting apps and offering internet infrastructure for a billion of users, Tencent Cloud is well positioned to work with local partners in the MEA region to support the local public service transformation, enabling enterprises and international businesses to leverage Tencent technologies to access the Chinese market, in addition to undertaking their own digital transformations in local markets using Tencent products and services.”
“At Tencent Cloud, we also believe that cloud technologies including super app solutions are essential to enterprises and governments that embark on a digital transformation journey,”
“We are pleased to be collaborating with TAMM to upgrade its digital platform for government services for all Abu Dhabi residents. We look forward to working with more enterprises, agencies and institutions in the region and globally through Tencent Cloud’s products and solutions.”
International Business Posts Strong Growth
Tencent Cloud’s international business presently covers Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and other major markets.
In the first half of 2023, Tencent Cloud’s international business has achieved a double-digit revenue growth and a 66% revenue contribution with the partner countries’ ecosystems, with the Middle East being one of the fastest growing regions with many regional customers showing strong interest in exploring potential SuperApp projects.
Featured image: from left to right, Dan Hu VP of Tencent Cloud and H.E. Engineer Mohamed Al Askar, Director-General of Abu Dhabi Digital Authority during the signing ceremony