10 Years Wiser

February 18, 2006 |

Monster Worldwide is the world leader in on-line recruiting, and is one of the pre-eminent software development shops in Cyberjaya. We are also celebrating our anniversary this month, having enjoyed our first year of expansion within Malaysia. Malaysia and Cyberjaya provide the cutting edge skills and talent we were looking for when we decided to come to Asia. The infrastructure and services provide us with the facilities we need to grow and prosper. We look forward to watching Cyberjaya grow and improve over the years and plan to help that growth with our continued expansion. Happy Birthday, Cyberjaya!”
John “J.” Kinsella, Jr.
VP of Global Engineering, Monster Technologies Worldwide, Inc.
General Manager, Monster Technologies Malaysia Sdn Bhd
“For a student living in Cyberia Smart Homes, I find Cyberjaya a fairly good place to live in as it has most of the facilities I need. A lot of things are within reach, only that there are no shopping malls in Cyberjaya. However, Alamanda Putrajaya is nearby.
Just behind where I stay, Cyberjaya Park is there to provide us with all the sports facilities we need, from futsal,
basketball, squash, badminton to golf and weight-lifting. Furthermore, there are no other places like Prima Avenueand Sport Arena that provide sporting facilities. Food is also not a problem. Everything is here, you name it: mamak, bakery, western food and also our Malaysian ‘nasi campur’.”
Aamir Abdullah Khadaled
Student of Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences
Resident of Cyberjaya
“As a pioneer MSC Company, DHL has seen Cyberjaya mature into a vibrant and intelligent city filled with a multitude of businesses in IT, shared support services and education. This success is a tribute to the hard work and dedication of Setia Haruman over the last 10 years. Our congratulations and thanks!”
Lee Chuan Yew
Director, DHL (IT Services Asia-Pacific)
“The best thing about working in Cyberjaya is that there is no traffic jam coming in to work from my house in Shah Alam and going back in the evenings – come rain or shine! And getting to KL for meetings is almost effortless because of the access from various highways. I can be in KL for meetings within 45 minutes.”
Adelina Iskandar
Head of Corporate Communications
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission
“It has been more than two years now since e2 Power Sdn Bhd (a subsidiary of OCBC Bank Ltd) became an MSC-status company and subsequently unveiled its data and call centres in Cyberjaya as part of the centralization and cross-border hubbing of our Bank’s technology and processing services in Malaysia and Singapore.
Today, we have invested more than RM100 million to establish this processing hub for selected back-office operations and we are indeed pleased to say that the bulk of this investment has gone directly into Cyberjaya, a part of whose fabric we are proud to be. And we look forward to building on our services as we grow with the community at Cyberjaya. Congratulations, Cyberjaya, on your 10th year.”
Dato’ Albert Yeoh
Chairman, e2 Power Sdn Bhd & Director
Director/ CEO, OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad

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