IBM has announced plans to establish a Business Continuity and Resiliency Services (BCRS) center in Jakarta, Indonesia, to provide business continuity applications.
The 40 seat center will provide applications that will allow businesses to keep their operations safe from any business disruption. Other services include front-office and back-office operations, and call center operations. The company said the service is a logical step in its continuity strategy to allow people to work, communicate and collaborate from anywhere they have access to a PC and an internet connection.
Earlier this month, the company opened a research center in Cambridge called Center for Social Software, to develop collaborative applications. It also invested $43m to establish a new next generation data center at its Technology Campus in Dublin.
Suryo Suwignjo, director at IBM Indonesia, said: With forty years of global experience in the business continuity space and more than 150 Business Continuity and Resiliency Services recovery centers worldwide, IBM has deep industry-specific knowledge and a broad range of major clients and leading services, for an unmatched end-to-end portfolio.