The emergence of the Internet phenomenon and K-economy provided the impetus for three enterprising Malaysian graduates from the United States to come together to set up The Media Shoppe (TMS) in 1996.
TMS started out by developing web-based solutions for small and medium sized industries. Today, TMS has grown into one of Malaysia's leading companies in developing Internet-based applications and solutions, distributed through its global channel network in the United States, South America, United Kingdom, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, Brunei, Denmark, Greece and Saudi Arabia.
In 1999, TMS was awarded the Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) status by the government of Malaysia for its contribution to the development of flagship applications and its support for Malaysia’s K-economy initiatives. This Pioneer Status was extended in 2004 in recognition of TMS' contributions towards producing world-class homegrown solutions and systems.
Listed on the MESDAQ market of Bursa Malaysia, TMS has a paid-up capital of RM13 million.
TMS' clients range from various industries worldwide such as banking and finance, publication, education, government, telecommunication and energy, among others.