The Founder and Chairman
Mr. Ringo Kei Fu, Chan
the last over
1981 as the head of the Computer Consulting Division of one of the largest CPA
firm in Hong Kong, Ringo
has been provided IT consulting and system development services to a large
number of clients both in Hong Kong, China and overseas.
following are examples of service provided to his clients by Ringo:
found Insight Computer Consultants Limited in 1987 as a subsidiary of Kwan Wong
Tan & Fong, CPA, a prestigious certified public accountants firm in Hong
Kong. Under his leadership, Insight became a brand name highly recognized in the
industry. Insight later became a subsidiary of information technology services
arm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Hong Kong. He was the Managing Director until
his departure in 1993.
1988, Ringo established one of the earliest programming factories in Shenzhen
serving Insight in Hong Kong and Ringo has recognized as the pioneer in software
outsourcing to China by the industry.
1997, Ringo found Partner Software Limited, an information technology
outsourcing and solution services provider that brings China IT resources to
Hong Kong and international. He oversees the strategic
development of Partner's operations in Hong Kong and PRC. He also leads on a
number of projects to spearhead the utilization of China IT resources and
integrating western value-added customer service initiatives in Southern China.
has made great contribution to the development of software parks in Guangdong,
China. In 1998, Partner Software is the first Hong Kong business partner with
the first software park in southern China, Southern Software Park in Zhuhai.
has over 20 years of experience in the information
technology industry, serving and promoting IT
functions locally and in China. He is well recognized by the Hong Kong IT
community as one of the pioneers and IT promoters in
Hong Kong. He was the Chairman of the Hong Kong Information Technology Joint
Council, ITJC, for 5 years (2002 – 2007). Under his leadership, ITJC has
dedicated to promote co-operation in IT industry between Hong Kong and Mainland
China and recognized as the leading non-government organization bridging the two
Systems of one Country.
is invited to be the co-organizer of promotion activities conducted in Hong Kong
by most of High Technology or Software Parks in China. Currently, ITJC is
actively involved in promoting the concept and implementation of “Shenzhen –
Hong Kong Innovation Circle” with Shenzhen and Hong Kong Government.
is now being
holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Essex University in UK, 1980,
and various professional qualifications with a number of computer and
engineering societies and institutes.