According to the secretary general of the SCO Vladimir Norov, who made opening remarks on the summit, SCO states are making joint efforts to build an effective financial mechanism for data-driven economic development. An in-depth understanding of TCSA’s solution can help achieve the goal of enhanced cooperation using innovative technologies.
This summit provided a technological blueprint for an upgrade of macroeconomic governance, said Vladimir Norov, adding that he hoped the summit could accelerate the construction of National Data Brain in various countries in order to achieve societal stability and the economic revitalization of all SCO states.
Adkins Zheng, President of TCSA, expressed his gratitude for SCO’s recognition and support, and gave a detailed presentation on building the National Data Brain.
TCSA has pioneered a new model of data transmission, storage, computation and application in a wide range of dimensions, Zheng said, adding that, serving as the processor of the national economy, this architecture data can exponentially reduce data processing costs.
As the first international consulting firm to serve visionary central governments in building digitized national macroeconomic systems through the construction of National Data Brain, TCSA has been widely recognized by authorities and universities such as the World Bank and the IMF.
Currently, TCSA promotes cooperation with central governments and central banks of 50 countries, among which five of them have entered the signing process and two of them have signed cooperation agreements. About TCSA: https://tcsa.cloud/