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apacciooutlook | Saturday, October 03, 2015
Leading Information Technology and Services company, Delaware Consulting has made new global appearances in two countries – Malaysia and Hungary. While the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia based office will cater to the needs of the clients in Malaysia and other countries in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, the Budapest, Hungary based office will be the core service-provider of Eastern Europe.
Belgium based IT company has been successfully providing services to its global clients since 1981; working to achieve their ‘Strategic Growth Plan 2020’ and after the last year’s expansion, this year the company has spread out to Hungary and Malaysia. Wim Van Eyken has been appointed as the Managing Director and Adam Jezsoviczky has been appointed as the General Manager for the Budapest office. Talking about the company’s motive of forming a base in Hungary, Van Eyken said, “One of the main reasons for us to start a local entity in Hungary is the presence of one of our main clients, AB InBev. We will also attract new clients within the region as well.”
Christophe Derdeyn has been appointed to manage the new office in Malaysia. The company’s latest Malaysia’s base is supposed to reinforce the firm’s latest go-to-market capabilities and will operate to reach out to the market needs in amalgamation with the other APAC offices in Singapore and Manila. Talking about how the new base in Malaysia will enhance the company’s functioning, Christophe Derdeyn is of the opinion that the firm will enable their clients to perform in a “better, quicker and more competitive services to our existing and new clients within the region.”