Malaysian Khairun Mokhtar, renowned as the founder of Tricubes, was a fundamental player at the start in setting up the joint venture in Malaysia called TricubesNCR JV Sdn Bhd. After ultimately buying over the local shareholdings of the joint venture, he became the Chief Executive of Tricubes on the 25th of August 2004.
Currently, Tricubes has completed projects with an impressive accumulated billing of RM280 million. They were established in 1998. They are paving the way in Identity Verification with over 300 organizations as clients and over 60,000 smartcard and biometrics verification devices installed. Among the myriad of clients that have worked with Tricubes, they have also completed projects and provided solutions for Malaysia’s Road Transport Department, the National Registration Department, Ministry of Health, Maybank Malaysia Berhad, CIMB Bank Berhad, RHB Bank Berhad, HSBC Bank, UOB Bank, Orly Airport, Morocco Royal Palace and Maxis. Furthermore, Tricubes has completed software development projects and Enterprise Mobility Solutions (EMS) for Petronas Carigali, Tenaga Nasional Berhad, Telekom Malaysia, Malaysian Airlines, The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL). Finally, Tricubes has invested an excess of RM25 million in Research and Development (R&D) and commercialized 11 locally designed and manufactured products.
Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
SDLC is a process that produces software with the highest quality and lowest cost in the shortest time. This includes a detailed plan for how to develop, alter, maintain, and replace a software system. There are several distinct stages of an SDLC process and they are planning, design, building, testing, and deployment. In SDLC, there are few models that can be adopted which include the waterfall model, spiral model, and Agile model.
SDLC achieves these divergent goals by following a plan that removes the typical pitfalls to software development projects. That plan starts by evaluating existing systems for deficiencies then creates the software through the stages of design, development, testing, and deployment. By anticipating costly mistakes like failing to ask the end user for suggestions, SLDC can eliminate redundant rework and after-the-fact fixes.
Successful IT Projects Implemented
- Passenger self-service check-in kiosk where it is connected to SITA’s global reservation system for Malaysian Airlines Systems.
- Automated the Supply Chain Management (Pre and Post Tender Award) process with integration to a SAP and Business Intelligence Systems for Petronas Carigali.
- Successfully implemented the payment of PDRM Summons via Maybank’s ATM network in September 2013.
- The supply of a turnkey solution, which includes hardware, software, and services to Maybank in its initiative to appoint Pos Malaysia Berhad as its banking agent.
- The supply of Smart Terminals, Biometric Readers, and application for pin issuance and authentication to Maybank.
- The supply, design, development, and implementation of the Meter Reader and the Route Manager Application inclusive of handhelds, printers, and accessories to Tenaga Nasional Berhad.
- The design, development, and deployment of an Enhanced Mobile Messaging System (EMMS) for PDRM (The Royal Malaysia Police).
- The design and development of FUSION, a middleware application that acts as a message broker between customer’s back office applications and various smart card and biometric devices.
- The supply of handheld and application for summons issuance and mobile enforcement to PDRM.
- Designed, developed and implemented a turnkey solution for web based reporting and summons issuance for mobile enforcement to DBKL.
As part of their continuous effort to grow market share in EMS (Enterprise Mobility Solutions) and IAS (Identity Authentication Solution), “Tricubes will continuously invest in product development while maintaining competitive price points to meet the changing needs of the market” said Tricubes Berhad CEO, Khairun Mokhtar.