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EMC Malaysia has new MD

AvantiKumar | June 14, 2011
Cheam Tat Inn is new head of EMC Malaysia.

EMC Malaysia MD Cheam Tat Inn

PHOTO -  EMC Malaysia MD Cheam Tat Inn.

KUALA LUMPUR, 14 JUNE 2011 - IT services firm EMC Malaysia has announced a new managing director to lead its Malaysian business.

According to EMC president, Southeast Asia, Australia & New Zealand, David Webster, Cheam Tat Inn is the new managing director of EMC Malaysia, and his role will be to focus on extending the company's position in both the high end and growing mid-tier segments of the local market.

"Malaysia has always been at the forefront of new technological deployments that are strongly supported by the government." said Webster. "Advanced developments such as cloud computing is dynamically defining the next wave of IT by maximising efficiencies in IT operations and accelerating business agility, ultimately enabling organisations to capitalise on big data opportunities to help change the way organisations create value from their information."

"Cheam's breadth and depth of experience in driving established businesses in Malaysia to market leadership positions, and a strong focus on world-class customer service will help customers maximise their information assets, capitalise on cloud computing technologies and leverage big data opportunities in Malaysia," he said.

Cheam has more than 25 years of IT industry experience, including exposure in sales, marketing and business management functions. "Organisations of all sizes in Malaysia are constantly challenged to deliver better cost efficiencies and higher levels of service in the face of massive amount of information," said Cheam. "I look forward to addressing the needs and priorities of these customers by delivering them EMC's industry leading information infrastructure products, solutions and services that help store, manage, protect and analyse their information assets as they also look to dynamically transform their IT environments."



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