Boosting SMEs’ productivity & growth through technology
SMEs can now enjoy broader coverage of technology solutions and a simplified application process through the incorporation of the $500 million IPG programme into iSPRINT.
To build Singapore-based tech companies and talent
IDA is placing greater emphasis on encouraging a culture of creating and building. The culture will encourage Singaporeans and Singapore-based technology companies to experiment, collaborate and build new and innovative products and solutions that would address real world challenges locally and globally.
Open up more opportunities for Singapore-based technology companies
One of IDA’s priorities is to build the technology industry through assisting the growth of our young and promising Singapore-based technology companies. Through the Accreditation@IDA, these companies can gain visibility and the chance to win greater project opportunities from buyers from large enterprises and the Government.
Enabling high-speed connectivity for businesses
ICT for Productivity and Growth (IPG) Programme, announced during Budget 2014, includes a Fibre Ready Scheme (FRS). This scheme provides a subsidy of up to 80% of the cost of new in-building infrastructure for building owners and managers in order to facilitate access to fibre services for non-residential subscribers. Find out how to to participate in the Fibre Ready Scheme now.
Easier Access to All Wireless@SG Hotspots
When a new automatic login feature kicks in from April 1, Wireless@SG users can easily configure their supported mobile devices by following the connection guide here.
NFC Services are Now a Snap to Adopt
Near Field Communication payment and services for mobile phone subscribers can now be adopted as it is available through all three mobile operators in Singapore. NFC is a flexible tool that can be used for many personal and commercial functions. Learn about how NFC-enabled mobile phones can help you do more.
Complementing Data Sciences & Analytics Manpower Development
IDA is piloting a Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) training on Coursera’s Data Sciences specialisation track from Johns Hopkins University. Application is now open and the pilot programme starts in August 2014.