T-Systems, Deutsche Telekom’s enterprise technology arm, has announced the opening of a new office in London, with another office opening in Milton Keynes in May
T-Systems Global CEO, Adel Al-Saleh, was on hand to cut the ribbon and welcome a range of international and London based staff who will work in the new premises. Also present was T-Systems’ new UK and Ireland MD, Alison Dodd, and several senior executives from leading Partners such as Cisco, Microsoft, VirtualOne and SAP.
Located in Rathbone Place, Fitzrovia, the new T-Systems Headquarters is designed to help showcase new digital and cloud technologies and Internet of Thing (IoT) capabilities that support the evolving smart-cities and smart-campus capabilities. The new office adds to the existing offices in Milton Keynes, Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester and Ireland.
T-Systems Limited is part of a global capability where customers can have services delivered from their UK data centres or from any other part of the global network of twin core datacentre & cloud capabilities. The company provides key services for customers throughout the UK covering the areas of: connectivity, cloud and managed infrastructure, security, and are part of the largest SAP implementation practise across Europe.
Alongside its office expansion, T-Systems has also announced Alison Dodd as managing director of T-Systems in the UK/Ireland, as part of its strategic growth plan. Dodd has over 25-years of experience as an entrepreneurial executive across EMEA and Asia-Pacific regions with leading roles at Microsoft, BSkyB, and most recently Moorepay.
Alison Dodd, managing director of T-Systems in the UK said, “We are delighted to be opening our new UK headquarters in London. At a time of political uncertainty, we hope this office opening will serve us a reminder of T-Systems’ continual investment into the UK &Is economy and its world-leading technology talent pool.
“Despite the political landscape customers will also be looking for Partners that can help them with new ways to drive innovation and efficiencies for their business. That is exactly what T-Systems has been doing for over 18 years in the UK &I.”