South Korea's Lee Young-sang, CEO of Data Streams Corp., was selected as an economic delegate accompanying President Moon Jae-in on his first state visit to the United States, Data Streams said on June 23. Mr. Lee is expected to make the trip along with about 50 business heads, notably including Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Kwon Oh-hyun, Hyundai Motor Vice Chairman Chung Eui-sun, SK Group Chairman Chey Tae-won, and LG Electronics Vice Chairman Koo Bon-joon.
The economic delegation will attend the Korea-US Business Summit in Washington D.C. on June 28 (Local Time) to be held jointly by the Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea (AMCHAM Korea), for the purpose of creating new business opportunities in the manufacturing, service, IT, health care, biotechnology and other high-tech industries.
DataStreams, selected as an economic delegate to accompany Moon’s first visit to the U.S., is the only total data management company in Korea that has been dedicated to research and development in the data integration and data quality fields for the last 17 years. It recently launched a big data platform based on data governance developed by integrating its accumulated base technology.
As a leader in the big data and data governance markets, the IT company provides domestic industries with a variety of specialized services and its own solutions, such as big data analysis consulting, data integration management consulting, data quality diagnosis and standardization consulting, DW / BI, etc.
DataStreams has been actively advancing into global markets such as China, Japan, and Vietnam, by improving its UI, convenience, and maintenance and AS capabilities as well as by solutionizing its technologies and services leading the domestic market. The company has also achieved visible results in the global market, winning orders for core banking-related financial businesses in the Americas.
Through its joining Moon’s visit to the U.S. as an economic delegate, Data Streams is expected to firmly establish itself as a small but strong enterprise leading the fourth industrial revolution.