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Deutsche Telekom in Malaysia

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With offices in over 20 countries and global delivery capabilities, T-Systems serves companies in all industries – from the automotive industry to telecommunications, the financial sector, retail, services, media, energy and the manufacturing industry all the way to government agencies and the healthcare sector.

As a result of a global outsourcing contract with transitions of more than 400 employees, T-Systems Malaysia legitimately commenced its operation in Cyberjaya, the ‘silicon valley’ of Malaysia in early 2008. Founded slightly later than Point of Productions Slovakia and Hungary, T-Systems Malaysia, also known as Point of Productions Malaysia marches into the IT outsourcing business with highly skilled workforce, inherited from a former global IT outsourcing centre, that maintains numerous best practices in the oil and gas industry even until today. It was a successful changeover as the outsourcing center was very soon transformed to a multi-customer operations hub, which is today’s T-Systems Malaysia, servicing multiple accounts across the industries and countries.

T-Systems Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.

  • Core business: Information and communications technology services
  • Stake held by DT (indirectly/directly): 100.00 percent
  • Highlights:

    In 2016 T-Systems Malaysia has been awarded as "Best Employer Brand Awards 2016" joining the ranks of Malaysia’s Top 50 employer brands.

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