Plans to hire around 300 new positions across Asia
BT, a provider of communication offerings and services, has rolled out first phase of its publicised investment programme into Asia Pacific region, covering additional resourcing, new infrastructure and expanded portfolio of services.
BT said that as part of the programme, it plans to hire around 300 new positions across Asia, which will be employed across the region in customer markets of Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan and Singapore.
The company is also establishing a bid response centre in Singapore to enhance its capabilities to pursue regional managed services deals.
In addition, it is opening a suite of new customer technology showcase centres in Beijing, Delhi, Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney where customers can interact directly with new technologies and propositions.
The enhancements to existing products and roll-out of new services will include in-region capabilities in managed networked IT offerings including voice and internet protocol (IP) services, managed security, unified communications, contact centre capabilities, mobility and data centre support.
BT Global Services CEO Jeff Kelly said that first phases of the company’s investment programme will globalise propositions and services its customers require.