The MIA Digital Technology Blueprint
MIA issued the Digital Technology Blueprint in 2018 that sets forth the direction for the profession in Malaysia in responding to digital technology. The Blueprint establishes five principles to be considered by the profession in developing action plans to respond appropriately to technology.
Principle 3 relates to harnessing digital technology. Under this Principle, MIA’s remit is to promote digital technology adoption and explore collaborations with relevant stakeholders.
Harnessing Digital Technology
Objectives of the Awards
Promoting Technology Adoption
To promote the need for digital technology adoption by sharing success stories across the accounting profession
Raising Awareness of Digital Adoption Impact
To raise awareness on how accountants can contribute to businesses and economy through digital technology adoption
Recognising Digital Adoption
To recognise digital technology adoption efforts
Benefits of Entering DTAA
Showcase and inspire industry peers on the remarkable digitalisation initatives that could support to future proof the business and profession.
Attract new business and new talent.
Leads to trust and growth.
Join the growing list of notable names who are well on their way to lead the digitalisation in the accounting profession.
Healthy competition is good for motivation and business goals and growth.
Awards accolades are the most cost-effective to increase brand awareness. Gain market exposure through press releases, social media postings, connection with other applicants, and media interviews.
Digital Technology Adoption Awards (DTAA) Task Force
Dr Nurmazilah Dato’ Mahzan
Mr Alain Boey
Mr Alvin Gan
Mr Chong Hou Nian, Steven
Mr Chua Yong Howe
Ts. Dr Hawa Ahmad
Mr Johan Matthieu Vanhaecke
Professor Dr Noor Ismawati Jaafar
Mr Teh Weil Xuan
Mr Wong Wen Tak