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On transformation path, Emerio appoints new Malaysia leader

AvantiKumar | July 4, 2016
Michael Warren leaves MDEC to join NTT company Emerio Malaysia as Managing Director.

Michael Warren - Emerio Malaysia 

Photo - Michael Warren, Managing Director, Emerio Malaysia

 

Application and infrastructure solutions provider Emerio, an NTT Communications company, has appointed Michael Warren as the new Malaysia managing director.

Harish Nim, group chief executive officer, Emerio, said, "We are happy to have Michael join us. With his proven track record in the industry, I am confident that he will be able to champion our business and societal goals in Malaysia as well as in the region."

Nim said "Michael will lead the company in a transformational program to deliver new-age applications, solutions and services, while continuing to nurture existing and new business relationships in the Emerio hallmark IT operations service practice."

Warren, who joins Emerio Malaysia from the national ICT agency Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) where he served as vice president for the Global Business Services cluster, said:  "There are tremendous opportunities for Emerio to leverage our regional and NTT Japanese technology heritage to introduce new solutions and services into Malaysia."

"We aim to help Malaysian clients and partners move up the knowledge value chain, complementing the Malaysian vision of expanding the digital ecosystem in the country," he said.

A Malaysian industry veteran, Warren has more than 30 years of industry and leadership experience from across the Asia Pacific region. In his previous role, he helped MDEC attract strategic and high-value foreign direct investments and jobs, and nurture the local outsourcing industry.

Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Singapore, Emerio's Malaysian company secured MSC (Multimedia Supercorridor) Malaysia status in 2003. Currently, Emerio has 2,200+ employees across 11 countries with delivery centres in Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Thailand and Singapore.

 

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