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ebrc wins 2 new prestigious Awards: “Managed Services Project of the Year” and “Outstanding Contribution to Luxembourg ICT”

Luxembourg, 11 December 2012 - ebrc received 2 new prestigious awards at the Luxembourg ICT Award event.

ebrc confirms its innovating Managed Services offer and its contribution to making Luxembourg a unique ICT and attractive place in the heart of Europe.

During the not-to-be-missed Luxembourg ICT event, attended by more than 900 IT professionals, ebrc has been awarded with 2 new prizes by a jury made up of 50 CIO: "Managed Services Project of the year" and "Outstanding Contribution to Luxembourg ICT".

"Managed Services Project of the year" rewards the IT outsourcing services designed and implemented by ebrc to operate ambitious and complex IT projects. ebrc Trusted Managed Services provide a high level of security and confidence on every service layer of the management of sensitive information. This prize also recognizes the level of maturity reached by ebrc in "IT management services", based on certifications such as ISO 20 000 (IT services management) and ISO 27 001 (information security).

With the second award, "Outstanding Contribution to Luxembourg ICT", ebrc has been honoured for its commitment in the ICT sector development, contributing to the promotion of Luxembourg Internationally. ICT Ambassador of Luxembourg quality, ebrc promotes Luxembourg as an "ICT Trusted City" and a "digital safe", particularly through its internationally awarded and certified "one-stop-shop" European "Trusted Services". In 2012, ebrc has attracted new well-known international clients.

"Excellence is at the core of our values. These awards are consequently crucial for our national and international development," said Yves Reding, CEO, ebrc. "They are very important to us for both the recognition of our employee's contribution to the company development and the strengthening of Luxembourg's position and image.

"The "Managed Services" Award testifies that we are on the right track to become the reference of "Managed Services" in Luxembourg, in terms of quality of service, locally based service and agility.

"Awarded in London with the "European Award for Cloud Services" by the Broadgroup - Data Centre Europe Awards in June 2012, we are particularly confident for 2013 and have already planned new international missions to promote Luxembourg quality of service and attract new prestigious clients."

ebrc closed 2012 with three major awards:

  • "Managed Services Project of the Year", ITone Luxembourg

  • "Outstanding Contribution to Luxembourg ICT", ITone Luxembourg

  • "European Award for Cloud Services" Broadgroup - Data Centre Europe awards, London

ebrc Trusted Services Portfolio is built around five strategic, integrated and end-to-end offers: "Trusted Data Centres Services", "Trusted Cloud Europe", "Trusted Managed Services", "Trusted Resilience Services" and "Trusted Advisory Services".

ebrc's vision is to become a European Centre of Excellence in the Management of Sensitive Information and to promote Luxembourg as the "European Capital of digital trust".

www.ebrc.com
www.TrustedManagedServices.com
www.TrustedCloudEurope.com
www.TrustedDataCentre.com

Press contact: Mr. Jean-François Hugon (jean-franç[email protected], +352 2606 2013)

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