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Atos logs on for SEA Games role

International IT services company Atos has agreed a deal to become a partner of the Singapore 2015 Southeast Asian Games.

Atos will design, build and operate the technology and IT systems for the 28th edition of the multi-sport event.

The company will also manage and integrate the contributions of all technology partners. This will include operations, services and communications for athletes, spectators, organisers, officials, media, viewers, spectators and internet users in southeast Asia.

Toh Boon Yi, chief of community and corporate outreach for the Singapore Southeast Asian Games Organising Committee (SINGSOC), said: “As we prepare for the upcoming SEA Games in 2015 we are confident that Atos has the specialist skills to raise the bar and help us deliver an extraordinary regional sporting event.”

Atos has also been the worldwide IT partner of the International Olympic Committee for the past 12 years and will continue to provide IT services for the next five editions of the Olympic Games.

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