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EMC honours Malaysian partner Formis for service quality

AvantiKumar | May 29, 2014
During the recent EMC World 2014 IT Conference in Las Vegas, Formis Systems & Technology received the 2013 EMC Partner Services Quality Award.

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Photo -  Alvin Chong (left) Head of Technical Consultancy & Service Delivery at Formis Systems & Technology Sdn Bhd, receives the award at a ceremony in Las Vegas.


During the EMC World 2014 IT Conference held recently in Las Vegas, storage solutions provider  EMC honoured its Malaysian partner Formis Systems & Technology, with the 2013 EMC Partner Services Quality Award.

Receiving the award, Formis Systems & Technology (FST) head of technical consultancy & service delivery, Alvin Chong, said, "We are very proud to have been honoured with this prestigious accolade. The Partner Services Quality Award from a respected organisation such as EMC adds significant weight to our credentials and reaffirms our commitment to providing outstanding service excellence in meeting our customer requirements."

A total of 39 companies worldwide were honoured in the 2013 awards, with FST being the only company in Southeast Asia (SEA) to be selected as a winner.

EMC Corporation senior director, partner global services for APJ, Mike Bazely, said, "Formis Systems and Technology recognises that its dedication to delivering outstanding levels of customer service is critical to their success."

"As a result of their efforts, we offer our utmost congratulations to Formis Systems and Technology and appreciate their leadership in service delivery quality and customer satisfaction in Southeast Asia," said Bazely.

He said the EMC Partner Services Quality [PSG] programme assessed service excellence and customer satisfaction of projects.

Formis Systems & Technology (FST), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Formis Resources Berhad [FRB], is engaged in the distribution of storage solutions through its extensive partner network.


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