BIRMINGHAM, Ala., USA – Feb. 19, 2009 – EBSCO Information Services (EBSCO) has changed the name of one of its regional offices in Asia to the Greater China and Southeast Asia Central office. Formerly known as the Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao regional office, the new name better represents the vast territory of customers and business partners that it serves.
General manager of EBSCO's Greater China and Southeast Asia Central regional office, Rachel Yee-Chatham, commented on the main reasons for the name change. She explained, "At EBSCO, we are continuously working to identify areas where we can enhance our services to our worldwide customers and partners. Centralizing the Greater China and Southeast Asia Central office creates a synergy that ensures EBSCO's quality of service is industry-leading. EBSCO is dedicated to providing excellent service and support to every user, customer and supplier, and we believe this name change reflects our commitment to this value."
Sid McNeal, vice president and general manager of EBSCO International, added, "As conveyed above, our Customers First value drives practically every decision we make at EBSCO. We look forward to the positive effects that we believe this name change will generate for all involved."
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