Drawing on a global infrastructure of data centres and networks, T-Systems operates information and communications technology (ICT) systems for multinational corporations and public sector institutions.
Incorporated in January 2008 and holding a MSC Malaysia Status Company, T-Systems Malaysia is a growing organization delivering ICT services, supporting customers in the area of infrastructure operations, as well as managing end-user services.
T-Systems Malaysia provides integrated solutions for the networked future of business and society by rendering services that include IT Infrastructure Management, SAP Application Operations, Database and Middleware Support, Project Management, Service Delivery Management and Quality Management, as well as Information Security and Risk Management. With over 800 employees in Cyberjaya, T-Systems Malaysia acts as the operational hub for T-Systems in the Asia Pacific region, combining industry expertise and ICT innovations to add significant value to the digitization strategies and core business of customers all over the world.
2019 marks the 11th year of our global presence in Malaysia and over the years, T-Systems Malaysia has grown in size and is currently servicing numerous large contracts alongside the Shell global account. However, it is time for T-Systems Malaysia to change. We need to stay relevant in the fast-changing IT industry. As a proactive measure, we are introducing a Transformation Strategy to lead T-Systems Malaysia into the Next Generation.
A well-structured HR department is always the backbone of any successful organization. Human resources play an essential role in developing a company’s strategy as well as handling the employee-centred activities of an organization. HR improves the company’s bottom line with its knowledge of how human capital affects organizational success.
In T-Systems Malaysia, we continuously strive to innovate our existing HR practises as it is important to our company in myriad areas, ranging from strategic planning to company image… We believe that many companies aspire to change the world but very few have all the elements required: talent, resources, and perseverance. T- Systems Malaysia has proven that it has all three in abundance and we strongly believe that we could not have asked for a better foundation for growth. We also believe in the impossible and removed the improbable. This starts with clarity of purpose, sense of mission and sense of belonging that will lead the company to imagine the impossible and deliver it.
Our board of directors together with their extended teams work on putting the tactical plans to our strategy that focused on growth, profitability and customer delight. Automation was centered as our core value of a Point of Production to “do more”. A set of high-value added activities were identified as part of our strategy to make us resilient and agile.
Besides aiming to create the best customer experience, we also ensure we give our employees the best employee experience. Customer and employee experience created the social value and gave meaning to our work, lives, communities and families. Why? Because “Life is for sharing”. The song below was created by our people for our people which demonstrates high employee engagement, effective leadership and a high performance culture
“T-Systems is one of the most people-oriented companies I have ever worked for. It makes the life of HR much easier – we always get a lot of support from our stakeholders which has allowed us to implement many new and innovative initiatives and programmes.”
— Vaclav Koranda (VP of Human Resources)
“I have learnt a lot of things and T-Systems Malaysia was the only place which allowed me to grow and progress in my profession while we also have a diverse community from all around the world.”
— Baljeet S.Dhillon (Automation Manager)
“At T-Systems the number of different roles you can have are limited only by your thinking and attitude as they provide a challenging and rewarding job. they also invest in you where each year for your development and future career progression.”
— Kuhan Gopal (Head of Dynamic Computing Operations)