Hotwon Co-sponsored the Fifth Symposium on Digital Transformation and Development of State-owned Enterprises

2021-10-22MK丨Hotwon593

Under the influence of the epidemic, the global economic development has undergone significant changes. The epidemic has not only impacted the real economy, however, but also brought new opportunities to the digital transformation of enterprises. With the implementation of the integration and development of digital economy and real economy, and the implementation of “Digital China” in the "14th Five-Year Plan", China's digital industry is welcoming a thriving development trend.

At present, state-owned enterprises are accelerating the digital transformation and have achieved a series of results. However, there are still some doubts and problems in the process of digital transformation. In order to promote the exchanges between enterprises and share the experience of digital transformation, the Fifth Symposium on Digital Transformation and Development of State-owned Enterprises, jointly sponsored by State-owned Assets Report and Hotwon Group, was held in Beijing on October 15th, 2021.

Conference Scene

More than 200 industry experts, leaders of management departments, heads of state-owned enterprises and information manufacturers, including Chen Jiangang (Director of Information Division of Science and Technology Bureau of SASAC), Li Jianfeng (Deputy Director of Information Management Department of Sinopec Group), Ding Tao (Director of Information Management Department of CHN ENERGY Investment Group), He Ruijuan (Deputy General Manager of Information Management Department of China Minmetals Corporation), Li Hong (Executive Director of Sinosteel Shipping & Forwarding Co.,Ltd.), Yao Jianming (Professor and doctoral tutor of School of Business of Renmin University of China, China Economic Person of 2019), Wei Sha (Deputy Chief Engineer of Informatization and Industrialization Integration Research Institute of CAICT), Chen Wenyu (Deputy General Manager of Information Management Department of China Certification & Inspection Group), Wu Zhangjian (Director of Information Management Department of China Grid Power Construction Co., Ltd.) and Wang Lipeng (Vice President of Haotwon Group), gathered together to discuss the countermeasures around the theme of "Information-driven Transformation to Co-create Digital State-owned Enterprises", and put forward constructive opinions and suggestions for promoting digital transformation of state-owned enterprises and building digital state-owned enterprises together.

Mr. Liu Li’ao

As the strategic partner of State-owned Assets Report and the co-organizer of this conference, Liu Li’ao, president of Hotwon Group, attended the conference and made a keynote speech entitled "Data Center Energizing Information Transformation of State-owned Enterprises". He said: As a new type of infrastructure, data center has become the core strategic resource of regional and national competitiveness in the digital economy era, and has been listed as the key goal of the 14th Five-Year Plan. Hotwon is a leading provider of data center solutions in China, which has completed the planning and construction of cloud computing bases in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Zhongwei and other cities. There are more than 11 cloud computing bases in China, with a cabinet reserve of over 200,000 R, and it has been awarded as a unicorn enterprise in 2020.

State-owned enterprises are the main force of digital transformation. Last August, the SASAC issued the Notice on Accelerating the Digital Transformation of State-owned Enterprises, which clarified the basis, direction, key points and measures of digital transformation of state-owned enterprises and opened a new chapter of digital transformation of state-owned enterprises. Under the current situation, deep cooperation between state-owned enterprises and private enterprises is promising. As the leading enterprise in the data center field, Hotwon Group is willing to contribute to the informatization transformation of state-owned enterprises.