Singapore (27 April 2016) – Edward van Leent was interviewed by Forbes contributor, Cheryl Snapp Conner, and American City Business Journal (ACBJ) contributor, Raoul Davis.
Forbes referenced van Leent as being the Chairman and CEO of the largest data centre training provider in the world and wrote about van Leent’s three step strategy to expand EPI internationally in the last 10 years to over 50 countries, and making the difference between continuing to grow or bottoming out.
With ACBJ, van Leent was commended for EPI's remarkable success in the global market. Van Leent shared his learnings summarised into 3 key points on what made it possible for EPI to grow rapidly in a very competitive industry, creating the differential advantages for EPI to keep ahead of its competitors, and leading change in the data centre landscape.
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EPI is a European-origin, global data centre specialist company operating world-wide in over 50 countries through direct operations and a large partner network. EPI offers an extensive range of data centre expert services which include consulting, data centre auditing and certification, and training.
Established in 1987, EPI’s reputation has been built on delivering high quality technical expertise with a continuous drive for excellence and innovation. EPI has released several frameworks namely, EPI Data Centre Framework®, EPI Data Centre Competence Framework® (EPI-DCCF) the EPI Data Centre Training Framework as well as the first global Data Centre Operations Standard, EPI-DCOS®
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