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Title Establishment of the Busan-Gyeongnam branch of the Korea Industrial Intelligence Association
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Reporting Date 21.12.28 19:02:21
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Reporter Lee Myungjin, November 29, 2021 14:42.

The Korea Industrial Intelligence Association (KOIIA, Chairman Kim Tae-hwan) announced on the morning of November 26 that it has established the Busan Gyeongnam Branch of the Korea Industrial Intelligence Association to accelerate digital transformation and industrial intelligence through cooperation and co-prosperity of companies in Busan and Gyeongnam. The event was held at the GST conference room in Buk-gu, Busan, and members of the Busan Gyeongnam Branch and officials attended.

GST Co., Ltd., the chairman of the Busan Gyeongnam Branch, is realizing CEO Oh Joon-chul's vision of "expanding good influence on the community through IT technology," and is a leading company in consulting and building smart factory integrated operation systems in Busan and Gyeongnam. In particular, it is recognized for its technology in cloud-based integrated operating systems, IIoT, and intelligent big data analysis, and develops and supplies high value-added innovative solutions in the IT system field that integrate the entire process of SCM, ERP, MES, QMS, APS and communication and control technologies with facilities.

Kim Tae-hwan, chairman of the Korea Industrial Intelligence Association, said, "Through the establishment of the Busan Gyeongnam Branch of the Korea Industrial Intelligence Association, we will lead the digital transformation of Korean companies in Busan and Gyeongnam, and promote common interests and sound development."

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