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DKSH opens new IT headquarters in Kuala Lumpur with over 230 staff



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Swiss-based market expansion services provider DKSH has opened its new IT headquarters and Corporate Shared Services Center (CSSC) in Kuala Lumpur. It is now housed at Menara KEN TTDI, after having resided in Teknologi Park Malaysia for 15 years.

The inauguration and ribbon-cutting ceremony held yesterday (28 January) saw more than 50 leaders from multi-national technologies including Microsoft and SAP, together with Michael Winzap, the Swiss Ambassador in Malaysia in attendance.

Per the press release, the new workplace was built to accommodate the growing needs of today’s employees in many ways, including: a collaborative working space; flexible work arrangements; state-of-the-art technology such as QR code scanning to check meeting room availability; mobile apps; chatbots; and RFID-enabled office access tags.

On the new headquarters, Michael Hutab, Chief Information Officer at DKSH, said: “We are excited about this significant upgrade of our IT infrastructure, which enables us to serve our business partners even better and to continuously provide cutting-edge services and setting new industry standards for market information access and comparability.

“As a service provider, people are our greatest asset. We care about our employees – and we believe recruiting and retaining the right talent is the core to our organisational success.”

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Less than 2 weeks to Learning & Development Asia. Speakers from Boeing, Marriott, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Shell, Singapore Exchange, Unilever confirmed to speak with more than 150 attendees.
Last few seats available, you don't want to miss it. Register now.

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