A Singapore registered (2003) company focusing on ICT products and solutions for High Availability, High Value Computing and High Knowledge applications:
- High Availability ICT, refers to applications that require high reliability in computing continuity or high reliability in data integrity processing.
- High Value ICT, refers to applications that are deployed in High value assets domain. The results of such application are highly valued in their respective segments.
- High Knowledge Based solution refers to the high end of knowledge-based solution, the segment that covers knowledge engines, knowledge research and knowledge integration.
C3S was founded with the aim to provide high assurance and quality solutions to our customers. We are committed to understanding our customers' needs, providing them with quality services and continually improve the effectiveness of the quality management system.
In our strategic outlook into the market space, C3S focuses on unique and niche solution in the corporate and Government ICT space. This is usually the problems and challenges found in the last 20% of the Corporate ICT agenda, but too resource intensive to efficiently tackle them. It is in this space that C3S mines the transformational ICT strategy and look out for disruptive ICT deployments that will bring significant leap frog values to the client's current operations. In this unique space, the application of ICT is more than just improving the efficiency of information management; it is the use of ICT to achieve higher value functions to attaining the corporate mission and objectives. Some of these applications are to achieve: better accuracy of information, better reliability of processes, better alignment to operational objectives, better control of executions, and using ICT as a strategic tools rather than merely a tool in the technical line functions.
This strategy, when applied to the ICT planning cycle, eg. E-Government, will evolve into a very well aligned ICT masterplan to the national goals and objectives. Instead of the usual ICT infrastructure projects, such strategy will see through a operational oriented ICT system that will bring higher values to both the Government as well as the citizens.
Our mission is to provide the highest quality consultations for governments involved in the modernization of their public services through development of electronic government. To do so, we build long-term working relationships, understand the details of our clients' organizations, and are constantly vigilant to their best interests. We operate with the highest quality standards to ensure that projects are well planned and executed, that clients are kept informed of project status, that downside risks are kept to a minimum and that the solutions are pragmatic and implementable in the local environment.
Colonel YUN Ta Chun was awarded a scholarship from the SAF to the Royal Military College, Duntroon, Australia in 1977. His basic degree was in Physics and Computer Science, and attained a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Computer Science in University of New South Wales, Australia. While he was serving in the SAF, he fulfilled the Master of Science in Computer Science and Information System, National University of Singapore in 1989. In 1997, he attended the Stanford-NUS Executive Program, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University and National University of Singapore.
Colonel YUN, while serving as a combat Signal officer in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), spent most of his tenures focused on modernizing the Army in ICT capabilities. His achievements span from ICT master-planning to implementing large scale ICT capabilities for the SAF. Besides being responsible for ICT strategic planning in the Ministry of Defense, he commanded the Signal Battalion, and led the Signals Corps as the Chief Signal Officer for 7 years.
In 1997, Colonel YUN was conferred the Pingat Pentadbiran Awam, PPA, Public Administration Medal (Bronze), by the President of Singapore for his meritorious contributions in transforming the ICT system in the SAF.
He retired after 25 years of service in 2002.