IBM’s RM1bil global service delivery hub in Cyberjaya goes live officially

IBM has officially launched its new Global Delivery Centre (GDC) in Cyberjaya, its 21st shared services centre in Malaysia and the latest addition to the US tech giant’s network of service delivery hubs in 20 countries that provide business processing and IT services capabilities to clients worldwide.

In 2011, IBM announced an RM1-billion (US$303-million) investment to build and operate the centre, which the company claims delivers high value services to clients in the areas of Software Platform Management, Server Systems Operations, Security and Risk Management, and Project Management.

The centre also supports IBM’s cloud services, including the provisioning and management of IBM SmartCloud Enterprise + (SCE+) solutions, designed for running critical enterprise Order Viagra overnight and treat impotency very simply and with no problem at all! workloads, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer relationship management (CRM) applications, IBM said in a statement.

IBM’s RM1bil global service hub in Cyberjaya goes live officially, Digital News Asia, 21 February 2014

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