Introduction to ASOCIO

The Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organization (ASOCIO) is an ICT federation organized by ICT associations representing from 24 economies throughout Asia Pacific. ASOCIO was established at Tokyo, Japan in 1984 and it is the most time-honored and active international ICT trade organization in Asia and Oceania. Its influence covers more than 10,000 ICT companies and represents approximately US$ 350 billion of ICT revenue in the region. ASOCIO’s objective is to promote, encourage and foster relationships and trade between its members, and to develop the computing industry in the region.

Knowledge Sharing
Skill Standard & Workforce

Given the diversity in the maturity level amongst the member economies, ASOCIO promotes a common set of Skill Standard and sponsored training programs.

Collaboration For Growth
Public-Private Collaborations

ASOCIO collaborate closely with the government and industry to effectively share best public policies and practices through hosting of Ministerial Dialogues, SME Forums and Ambassador visits program.

Finding New Regional Partners

ASOCIO has been producing businesses’ offspring by regularly organizing overseas trade missions, forums and exhibitions that provide member companies the opportunities to showcase and meet potential partners at a more affordable cost.