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The Pentalog Vietnam office has now a new director

12-10-2011 02:15 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

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The Vietnamese adventure of Pentalog began in 2009. Since then, the office manager has been Tuan Nguyen Quoc. The unit is involved now in customer and internal projects. Among clients are several notorious names, such as Altadis Imperial Tobacco, Sierra Wireless, Lexware etc. The strategy of Pentalog requires a step forward on the Asian market. Many IT Outsourcing companies, and not just IT, made the choice to conquer this market a long while ago, due to the continuously increasing economic dynamism of the region. In order to facilitate the implementation of this strategy, Marc Charbit became the Hanoi office director, after joining the company at the beginning of June. During his first weeks at Pentalog he visited the Romanian and Moldovan units and the Orléans headquarters. Marc is a young French manager with international experience in the French IT sector. He moved to Vietnam in 2006 and has developed a strong relationship with this country, considering that he even learned the Vietnamese language. He speaks Vietnamese, English, German, Slovak and French. One of his major goals will be to implement the quality policy and to prepare the Hanoi unit for the ISO certification. He will lead the Vietnamese branch of our IT Outsourcing company in the expansion on the Asian market as well . Welcome on board Marc!

Pentalog offers IT nearshore and offshore outsourcing services, such as information systems development and embedded systems development. The company has 10 offices in 6 countries in Europe, Middle East and Asia.

Pentalog High Tech
Centre d'Innovation, Bâtiment C
16, Léonard de Vinci street
45100 Orléans, France
Tel.: +33 2 38 25 30 30
Fax: +33 2 38 25 30 31

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