AXA to open shared service centers in Manila, Kuala LumpurFebruary 5 2018 by InsuranceAsia News Staff
AXA is set to open shared service centres in the Philippines and Malaysia.
Officials said the move is part of the company’s overall strategy to stay at the forefront of innovation.
According to the company, a shared service hub will be opened in Manila and in Kuala Lumpur.
These centres are envisioned to help fulfill the company’s future-ready business strategy in the region.
Marc Blottiere, AXA Asia regional chief operations officer, said the company aims to enable business transformation and innovation by leveraging technology in Asia.
These shared service centres, he said, are a testament to its long-term commitment towards investing in the region.
Company officials said the new shared service centres will become the information technology hubs for AXA in Japan and the rest of Asia.
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The partnership will focus on digital, operational efficiencies and encouraging innovation in the region.