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Citrix launches Customer Experience Centre in Singapore

Zafirah Salim | April 9, 2014
The centre will facilitate Asia Pacific organisations to learn more about the capabilities and benefits of enterprise mobility.

Virtualisation and cloud computing company Citrix recently launched a Customer Experience Centre (CEC) in Singapore for Asia Pacific organisations to learn more about the capabilities and benefits of enterprise mobility.

The CEC aims to provide a better understanding of how Citrix virtual computing is creating more efficient and cost-effective ways to do business and deliver IT services, the company said in a statement.

At the centre itself, both customers and partners can experience Citrix mobile workspace solutions. There will also be live demonstrations of how virtualization, networking and cloud technologies can benefit businesses from various industries. These mobile workspace solutions address employees’ needs by securely delivering apps, desktops, files and services seamlessly to any user, on any device, over any network. Additionally, partners and contractors can also choose how, where and when to complete their work, enjoying a consistent user experience. This helps to boost work productivity while maintaining a work-life balance.

Lastly, since the employees can now access needed information and tools wherever, this helps to improve collaboration and workflow among them, which ultimately increases productivity and bottom lines.

 

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