Axios gifts first Pakistan sale revenue to earthquake fund
Axios said United Bank Limited (www.ubl.com.pk) had contracted to buy its assyst Help Desk and ITSM solution which allows users to log and monitor incidents and control their IT infrastructures. Axios has several hundred blue chip private and public sector clients around the world. The deal has been done in partnership with IBM Software and IT services company, Si3.
United Bank Limited, which has its headquarters in Karachi, is one of the largest commercial banks in Pakistan, operating more than 1,000 domestic branches and 15 offices overseas.
Ailsa Symeonides, Sales and Marketing Director of Axios Systems, said the donation to the fund set up by Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf would total at least $US 25,000. “It is almost impossible to imagine the suffering of the millions of people in Pakistan and India who have been caught up in this dreadful disaster,” she commented. “Our contribution will provide a tangible expression of our support and sympathy.”
The earthquake on 8 October killed more than 85,000 people and made up to three million homeless.
Axios Systems is a leading provider of Best Practice-based IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions. Our customer-centric approach combined with our award-winning solutions, ensure customers worldwide can align their Service and Support organizations with the overall business goals. Our core solution, assyst, intuitively steers users through the ITIL® processes. Axios Global Services provides a range of consulting, project management and training services. Our commitment to Best Practice is demonstrated through being the first to achieve BS 15000 certification which has now become, ISO/IEC 20000, the International standard for ITSM. Axios is headquartered in the UK, with offices across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific.