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BT goes on a catwalk with Triumph

Zafar Anjum | Dec. 22, 2011
Triumph leverages the BT Connect portfolio to help bring Triumph together with its employees, customers and the world.

Triumph, the Swiss-based lingerie manufacturer, has chosen BT to connect its network of production sites and shops with the company's headquarters in Bad Zurzach, Switzerland.

BT is one of the world's leading providers of communications services and solutions with customers in more than 170 countries. BT has been providing Triumph with global Wide Area Network (WAN) services since 2003.

According to BT sources, the technology services company will enhance network performance of Triumph, allowing it to communicate and collaborate faster and more efficiently at 56 sites in 44 countries.

Triumph leverages the BT Connect portfolio, a powerful mix of highly available and reliable global network services, BT said in a statement today. This helps bring Triumph together with its employees, customers and the world.

"This agreement builds on a very successful collaboration with BT that spans more than eight years and will help us grow both in Switzerland and internationally," said Martin Hölscher, chief information officer at Triumph. "Reliable and secure connectivity is at the centre of our global operations, ensuring smooth production and in-time distribution of our products."


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