Shen Chongfeng, rotating president of Kingdee, China’s biggest corporate software maker, says the company is investing heavily in cloud services to capitalise on a shift to homegrown software amid the US-China tech war. Photo: Iris Deng
Shen Chongfeng, rotating president of Kingdee, China’s biggest corporate software maker, says the company is investing heavily in cloud services to capitalise on a shift to homegrown software amid the US-China tech war. Photo: Iris Deng

US-China tech war: software maker Kingdee sees opportunity in shift to domestic cloud services market

  • President of Kingdee, China’s biggest corporate software maker, says current trade tensions are a ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ opportunity for domestic cloud companies
  • Kingdee’s cloud transformation hit profits last year with a loss of more than US$50 million, but the company says it is seeing strong growth this year

Topic |   US-China tech war
Shen Chongfeng, rotating president of Kingdee, China’s biggest corporate software maker, says the company is investing heavily in cloud services to capitalise on a shift to homegrown software amid the US-China tech war. Photo: Iris Deng
Shen Chongfeng, rotating president of Kingdee, China’s biggest corporate software maker, says the company is investing heavily in cloud services to capitalise on a shift to homegrown software amid the US-China tech war. Photo: Iris Deng
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