TAHPS Group Limited has stood the test of time as it forges ahead in its 110th year of operation. From developing rubber at its plantation in Bukit Puchong to the recent launch of the Bukit Puchong Community App, TAHPS continues to reinvent itself to stay ahead of the curve. Discover more about TAHPS in our part two series.
By Khalil Adis
The recent launch of the Bukit Puchong Community App, for instance, saw the company leveraging on digital technology to enhance the safety and security of residents while reaching out to the tech-savvy generation. Downloadable via iTunes and Google Play, this application allows TAHPS to expand its reach via to the Bukit Puchong community and public via the digital media landscape. We list down five cool facts about TAHPS.
Fact 1: TAHPS is an award-winning developer
TAHPS is committed to delivering quality developments to their buyers and this has not gone unnoticed. In 2015, the flagship development of its subsidiary company, Bukit Hitam Development, Foreston, won the Best Interior Design Show Home Malaysia - by Asia Pacific Property Awards Interior Design 2015 - 2016. In 2016, it won yet another award for Best Hill-top Development by Property Insight at the Prestigious Developer Awards 2016. 2017 has been nothing short of stellar as well. Epic Residence walked away with Best Boutique Lifestyle Development at the Property Insight Prestigious Developers Awards 2017.
Fact 2: TAHPS is one of the first developer in the country to launch a safety app
The Bukit Puchong Community App is part of TAHPS continued effort to leverage on innovative digital marketing technology that will enable it to reach out to potential home buyers.
The app has a dual function. Firstly, it ensures a more efficient and quicker way of communication with residents. Secondly, it serves to provide residents with information on safety matters, up to-date happenings in the township and to help deter crime.
Launched on 22 April 2017, the app is part of TAHPS corporate social responsibility programme to actively engage with not only the residents in the Bukit Puchong township but also with the public.
Fact 3: TAHPS has an Employee Diversity Policy
This is a policy that is based on an individual’s talent and skills and does not discriminate based on race, age, religion and gender. A firm believer that a company’s business success is a reflection of the qualities and skills of the people, TAHPS is committed to seek and retain the best human talents to ensure top business growth and performance.
It does this by providing an inclusive workplace that embraces and promotes diversity, recognising and accepting employees of various backgrounds across the Group. If you are talented and want to work in a place with a rich multi-cultural fabric, why not consider a career at TAHPS?
Fact 4: TAHPS is poised to grow to even greater heights thanks to Bukit Puchong
From the roaring rubber trade during the industrialisation era to the strategic location of its current Bukit Puchong township development, TAHPS uncanny ability to reinvent itself to adapt to market changes has enabled it to continue charting its growth for the future. With prudent financial management, TAHPS is financially sound with no borrowings. Its current projects are funded by internally generated funds. TAHPS is proud of the fact that its projects have been delivered ahead of time to purchasers and the company has inculcated a practice to pay its supplier and contractors on schedule.
Bukit Puchong enjoys one of the best accessibility in Puchong as it just 16 minutes and 20 minutes away from Cyberjaya and Putrajaya respectively while Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is 30 minutes away.
In addition, Bukit Puchong is located in the growth corridor of Southern Klang Valley.. Under the Eleventh Malaysia Plan 2016 to 2020, the federal government had allocated a budget to strengthen infrastructure developments to support the economic expansion in Southern KL. This includes the RM10 billion Ampang LRT Extension Line that connects Sri Petaling to Puchong before ending at Putra Heights.
New economic drivers in the pipeline will include the Malaysia Vision Valley, KLIA Aeropolis and Cyberjaya City Centre. In March, the government announced that KLIA Aeropolis will be the site for the Digital Free Trade Zone (DFTZ) - the first of such trade zone in the world that will promote the growth of eCommerce.
Fact 5: TAHPS cares
A vibrant community is essential in building a sustainable and successful township development. Home to popular eating establishments places such as Restoran Tuan Faridah, Warung Cikgu and Diem Cafe, Bukit Puchong has been highly cited as a food haven by popular food bloggers such as vkeong.com as well as Chris & Christine from broughtup2share.com.
However, this would not have been possible if not for residents and business owners who have chosen to call Bukit Puchong home. Over the years, TAHPS has launched a number of community-based initiative to continue their engagements with residents. From the Bukit Puchong Community Football 2016 event to the launch of the Bukit Puchong Community App, TAHPS is a developer who cares about the continued well-being and wellness of its residents. Moving forward, TAHPS will continue to invest time and resources with the residents of Bukit Puchong to make Bukit Puchong a better place to live in.