Co-founder | ANBIZ Sdn Bhd
Daniel Khaw started his career in software development and has held numerous key roles in product development and design for the past 18 years. His vast experience in software development spans across different industries from developing Enforcement Management Systems for City Councils, Asset Management and Fleet Management systems for Airport and Logistic Operators, Customer Service solutions for various multinationals, financial institutions, government agencies and even NGOs creating an impact on thousands of end users in over 10 nations. More recently, in the past 2 years, he has been the lead architect for ANBIZ’s Gamification platform.
Daniel holds a Bachelor Degree in Information Technology from Campbell University, North Carolina, USA. He is also a certified and active Project Management Practitioner (PMP) and is trained in ITIL best practices. Being a certified social media advisor and gamification advocate, he has been involved in training and providing consultancy services in areas on Social Media and Gamification to various organizations and government agencies locally and abroad.
Throughout his career, Daniel has received numerous accolades for the companies that he co-founded such as winning two Golden Bull Awards, Golden Eagle award, three first place Contact Center industry awards and several SME industry awards. Daniel’s latest recognition was winning the APICTA Award in 2016 as the Best Communication Application and is also a finalist for the World Information Technology and Service Alliance Award (WITSA) to be held in Taipei in September this year.
Daniel has a true passion for bringing products from ideation to commercialization incorporating the necessary technologies to fulfill the product design and has applied various software development languages and platforms from current web and mobile development technologies to older C/C++ and COBOL.
He has already successfully spearheaded and more importantly completed three product development grants of over 1 million in funding.