Integrated Health Information System
Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS) was formed in 2008 to pursue an integrated approach in IT implementation of public healthcare systems. Over the last 10 years, IHiS has been the architect and implementer of IT systems that have supported the operations of 46 public healthcare institutions including acute hospitals, specialty centers, and polyclinics, as well as some 1,400 partners such as community hospitals, nursing homes, general practitioners and voluntary welfare organizations. IHiS’ purpose is closely aligned to the priorities of the Ministry of Health of Singapore, to provide citizens of Singapore with quality healthcare that is accessible and affordable.
Siam Commercial Bank
Siam Commercial Bank was established by royal charter on January 30, 1907 as the first bank in Thailand. During its more than 110 years in business, the Bank has played a leading role in providing the financial services needed in Thailand, developing deep expertise.
Today, SCB is a leading universal bank, offering deposits and lending and a wide range of other products and services, to meet the needs of all customers. The Bank's retail services include home loans, personal credit, car hire purchase, credit cards, ATM cards, debit cards, currency exchange facilities and overseas remittances as well as investment and insurance products. For corporate and SME customers, the Bank offers cash management-related services, lending products, international trade financing, treasury products, debt and capital market products, corporate advisory, investment banking and other services. The Bank's services are backed by our extensive banking network and continual pursuit of technological innovation. In addition, the Bank's SCB Group includes three major subsidiaries that provide specialized financial services: SCB Securities, SCB Asset Management and SCB Life Assurance.
Bank Mandiri was established on October 2, 1998, as part of the banking restructuring program implemented by the Indonesian government. In July 1999, four state banks - namely Bank Bumi Daya, Bank Dagang Negara, Bank Export Import Indonesia and Bank Pembangunan Indonesia - were merged into Bank Mandiri, each of which has an integral role in the development of the Indonesian economy. To this day, Bank Mandiri continues its tradition of more than 140 years of contribution to the banking sector and the Indonesian economy.