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Atos Origin opens Malaysian IT desk

Atos Origin boosts global IT service desk network with opening of Kula Lumpur office

Atos Origin is to open an IT service desk in Kuala Lumpur, in Malaysia, it
has announced.

The service desk, which is housed in the Cyberjaya office, is part of a
global network of IT service desks and competency centres. The others are
located in the US, Brazil, the Netherlands, the UK, France and Poland.

The service desk in Malaysia will provide English language support to Atos
Origin customers, as well as support in local languages, servicing customers
throughout the Asia Pacific region.

Bernard Bourigeaud, CEO and chairman of the management board at Atos Origin
said: ‘Asia is a major focus for Atos Origin. Following the opening of a
state-of-the-art twin data centre in Hong Kong in October 2004, this latest
Asian addition to the global Atos Origin infrastructure shows the company’s
commitment to the region and can be seen as a step forward in the expansion
plans of Atos Origin in this part of the world.’

The firm said it would expand its Malaysian base to include a regional
business process outsourcing centre for fleet card management. It added that the
region had been recognised for its ability to provide an ‘excellent combination
of high quality workers and cost effectiveness, coupled with high productivity
levels and state-of-the-art IT infrastructure’.

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