Global Digital Management Solutions (GDMS), a Singapore-based company that specializes in sovereign cloud solutions, has been awarded the contract to provide cloud hosting services for the Electronic Business Registration System (eBRS) solution in Laos.
The eBRS solution, developed by Norway Registers Development AS (NRD), is a part of the Lao Competitiveness and Trade Project (LCTP), funded by the World Bank and implemented by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MoIC) of Laos. The eBRS solution aims to simplify and streamline the business registration process in Laos, reduce the time and cost of starting a business, and improve the quality and accessibility of business information.
GDMS will leverage its expertise and experience in cloud computing, data security, and network management to ensure the smooth operation and maintenance of the eBRS solution. GDMS will also provide technical support and training to the MoIC staff and other stakeholders involved in the eBRS project.
“We are honored and excited to be part of this important initiative to enhance the business environment and competitiveness of Laos,” said Mathieu Ploton, CTO of GDMS Group and Country Manager of GDMS Laos. “We look forward to working closely with NRD, MoIC, and the World Bank to deliver a reliable, secure, and user-friendly cloud hosting service for the eBRS solution.”
GDMS, founded in 2019, has a subsidiary in Laos called Global Digital Management Solutions Co., Ltd. GDMS provides a wide range of public and private cloud services, shared hosting, and dedicated server solutions to businesses across various sectors, with a particular focus on sensitive industries such as government and finance. GDMS operates carrier-grade datacenters in Laos and Myanmar, and offers a range of cloud-based solutions, such as Virtual Private Server, Virtual Private Cloud, Disaster Recovery, Backup and Kubernetes.
GDMS expressed its gratitude to the Lao government for its trust and confidence in GDMS’s capabilities and services. GDMS also expressed its optimism for the future of the eBRS project and the digital transformation of Laos.
“The eBRS project is a significant milestone for the digitalization of the public sector and the promotion of trade and investment in Laos,” said Ploton. “We are confident that the eBRS solution will bring many benefits to the business community, the government, and the society of Laos. We are proud to be a part of this journey and we hope to contribute to the sustainable development and prosperity of Laos.”