Li Fangping, General Manager of R&D center of Digital China. Member of the expert group of China National Institute of Standardization, Digital China Smart City Strategic Plan R & D leader, mainly responsible for Smart City strategic products R&D and the implementation based on these products.
He presided over the e-government and smart city area of product development, project implementation and large-scale industrial application, he provided for the user in e-government industry segments citizen card, the public homepage, regional health, wisdom, tourism, national strategic materials, etc. IT products, IT solutions and a full range of IT services.
In 2000, to accommodating the development of the information industry in the era of internet, the original Legend Holdings was reorganized into two divisions, thereby Digital China was born. In 2001, Digital China was listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (Stock Code: 00861.HK).
Since its establishment, Digital China has adhered to the objective of "Industry Serving the country" and the mission of "Digitalizing China". Through continuous innovation, a comprehensive IT services value chain is structured. Services involve areas such as IT planning consultation, IT infrastructure system integration, solution design and implementation, application design and development, outsourcing of IT system operation and maintenance, logistics maintenance and warranty, providing end-to-end integrated IT services to customers. As the largest integrated IT services provider in China, Digital China was widely recognized, as evidenced by its inclusion in "Forbes Asia's Fab 50 for four consecutive years," and "Fortune China 500" (Chinese edition) for five consecutive years.
Prospectively anticipating the significant changes in the information industry, Digital China launched Sm@rt City Strategy 2010, in response to the macro trend of "industrialization, informatization, urbanization, agricultural modernization with Chinese characteristics". With four years' efforts, Digital China has become the No.1 brand of China's smart city construction, driving the development of the industry as well as Digital China's overall operation.
Digital China Information Services Limited, Digital China’s subsidiary, was listed in 2014 (Chinese Abbreviation: 神州信息; English Abbreviation: DCITS; Stock Code: 000555.SZ). DCITS successfully acquired Zhongnong Xinda , a leading company in agricultural IT services in China, and thus published a new strategy in Sm@rt Country. These moves have enhanced Digital China’s strategic position for "Sma@t City+Sm@rt Country" in digitizing China.