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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it… Apple?

John Fenwick, who led Google's spacecraft operations, and Michael Trela, head of Google’s satellite engineering, both left the company for Apple in recent weeks, according to sources close to the matter. These new hires, who both report to Greg Duffy, another recent...

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Hardware Giants Blame Brexit for Price Increases

Hardware Giants Blame Brexit for Price Increases In the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the EU, Microsoft is raising prices significantly. “A spokeswoman for Microsoft confirmed it has raised some consumer prices, telling TechCrunch: In response to a recent review we...

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What’s Happening with the IT Jobs Market in India?

India’s premier English Business News channel, ET Now recently interviewed Tech Mahindra CEO, CP Gurnani, about the IT jobs market in India. When asked about any potential threats the Trump presidency could pose to the Indian IT sector, Mr. Gurnani replied, “Trump has...

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When Will the PC Make a Comeback?

A recent release from Gartner states, “2016 Marked the Fifth Consecutive Year of Worldwide PC Shipment Decline.” PC shipments in the US totaled 16.5 million units in the fourth quarter of 2016. That is a 1.3 percent decline from the same quarter in 2015. What does...

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TCS aims to get more women into tech

“TCS opened its doors to 35 female students, offering activities, challenges and an inspirational Q&A session as part of the company’s work in creating the next generation of technology specialists.”

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Samsung negotiating sale of PC business with Lenovo

According to a recent article by Cho Mu-Hyun of ZDNet, “Local reports say Samsung Electronics is negotiating to sell its PC business with China's Lenovo, but the tech giant has dismissed them as false.” Samsung halted PC sales in the European market back in 2014 while...

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About Worldwide TechServices

WWTS is a leading provider of technical support services across the globe. For more than sixty-five years, WWTS has crafted a custom-built, wholly integrated platform for delivering technical field service expertise around the globe.  Our Worldwide Information Technology System, WWITS, was built exclusively to meet the needs of our clients.  It includes:
  • World-class CRM and ERP components.
  • Over 127 countries operating on the same shared platform.
  • Comprehensive supply chain and operations centers.
  • Connections to major third-party CRM systems and EDI/XML/HTML-compliant legacy systems
  • Over 30 million service calls completed

Worldwide Service. It’s in our name and it’s what we do.

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Our people are our greatest asset. Each year our 8,000 qualified technicians service close to a million PCs, printers, servers, satellites and LCDs at locations around the world. We strive to ensure that all of our technicians are THE BEST in the service industry, and they have over 250,000 certifications to prove it!

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Worldwide TechServices spans the globe, bringing service professionals to doorsteps in every major market in more than 127 countries. Our presence in over 127 countries means that whatever your particular technology challenge, wherever your site resides, we can provide timely solutions to get you back online in no time. Global Delivery. Local Presence.

Contact Worldwide TechServices today to discuss how as your Global Field Service Partner WWTS can help meet your global customer service performance goals!

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