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IBM to invest almost US$318 million in Malaysian global delivery centre

AvantiKumar | Nov. 14, 2011
Will create up to 3,000 new high skill jobs within six years: IBM Malaysia

The centre will offer clients from various industries across the globe server systems operations, security services project management and end-user services, including maintenance and monitoring of computer hardware and software systems.

"This centre is critical to IBM's ability to provide clients support at any level - regional and global - offering flexibility, scalability and security our clients expect," said IBM general manager, global technology delivery and delivery excellence, Patt Cronin. "We selected Malaysia for our newest facility based on the strong public-private partnership with the country and Cyberjaya, its competitive business model, and the talent and skills that the Malaysian people have to offer."

 

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