NSTDA and the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) signed an agreement to employ technology and innovation to enhance capacity of SMEs and startups in Thailand. The cooperation will focus on encouraging SMEs and startups to employ an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system which has potential to increase efficiencies, improve productivity, decreased costs and streamlined processes in an enterprise.

Present at the signing ceremony were NSTDA President Dr. Narong Sirilertworakul and SET President Dr. Pakorn Peetathawatchai. This partnership will enable SMEs and startups signed up to SET’s LiVE Platform to have access to ERP knowledge and solutions, as well as information on NSTDA’s technologies and services that will help transform a firm to be more innovation-driven.