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Symantec opens management centre for customers

Symantec opens management centre for customers.

Information protection firm Symantec announced that it has established and opened a new Customer Management Centre (CMC) for its customers across Europe, Middle East and Africa.

In a statement the company revealed that the centre is to make it easier for customers and partners to interact and bring together a multi-function, centralised customer centre for sales and support.

The CMC currently supports multiple languages, including French, German, Spanish and Dutch among others, the statement reads.

"Symantec makes the world a safer place by helping people, businesses, and countries protect and manage their information, so they can focus on achieving their goals. The ground-breaking initiative is a strategic investment that will extend the company’s scale to reach more customers than we have ever done before,” said Jason Ellis, vice president for EMEA Customer Management Centre at Symantec.

He added, "The launch of the CMC is another proof point to Symantec’s strategy of making it easier to do business with us, while also delivering a world-class customer experience solving more customer problems."

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