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Microsoft arrives

Microsoft arrives

Microsoft arrives

Microsoft has unveiled a market plan for Cambodia to take advantage of

what it calls a “budding and opportunistic” environment for IT. Chris

Atkinson, president of Microsoft Southeast Asia, said at the launch of

Microsoft’s Marketing Development Program for Cambodia that the company

will use a business model previously applied in Vietnam. “We hope that

MDP Cambodia will have more people on the ground, more resources and

therefore more opportunities for technology transfer and technical

support as well to our partners and customers,” he said. (Mom Kunthear)

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