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Harvey Nash and MKI showcase the future of outsourcing to Japanese industry

Partners MKI (Mitsui Knowledge Industry) and Harvey Nash are set to unveil a state-of-the-art Network Laboratory at two one-day seminar events on the challenges and benefits of offshore outsourcing (19th and 20th March Tokyo, Japan).

A joint investment, the lab will monitor the global networks deployed by MKI and provide testing and expert facilities to A10 and Cisco users.  The Vietnamese engineering team will support over 70 engineers in Tokyo and  Harvey Nash engineers will manage the facility, delivering monitoring services.  The MKI- Harvey Nash partnership was established following the success of  Harvey Nash’s acclaimed wireless technology laboratory, where testing and maintenance services are delivered to a number of global telecommunications network operators.

In addition to highlighting the potential of the Network lab, the MKI- Harvey Nash seminar events will address popular misconceptions about offshore outsourcing from cost, to language barriers to the quality of technical expertise.  On 19th and 20th March, Japanese industry professionals will see first-hand and, for the first time, how high quality, low cost offshoring solutions drive faster product and business development.   Harvey Nash Chairman, Paul Smith commented: “The launch of the laboratory is a great achievement and key opportunity to share the success story of Vietnamese offshore outsourcing with the Japanese market.  We are proud to be partnering with a company of MKI’s calibre on this project”.

About MKI

Mitsui Knowledge Industry, a subsidiary of Mitsui & Co. Ltd., specializes in providing services and products related to ICT (Information and Communication Technology).  Partnering with various global ICT vendors and supporting more than 1,500 companies, MKI offers best-in-class solution to customers.

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Over 17 million images of visa records were digitized from microfilm from the USA Department of Home Security by Harvey Nash in Vietnam.