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Key Deal for CBRE

18 December 2015 | Updated 01 January 1970

The major international electronic measurement company, Keysight Technologies, has expanded its relationship with CBRE Group to include security, print, maintenance, repair, operations, fleet management and energy project services for its 145 global sites in 30 countries.

It chose CBRE Global Workplace Solutions because it was impressed by its track record in implementing enterprise facility and asset management that increased efficiency, reduced costs and improved the workplace environment. 

Keysight Technologies is involved in wireless communications to aerospace, defence and semi-conductor markets in more than 50 cities. In 2013, it was spun off from Agilent, creating two separate companies. Today, Keysight Technologies has over 9,500 employees and serves more than 100 countries.

“Our contract extension builds on a long term relationship,” said Mike Viskovich, Vice President of Real Estate and Workplace Solutions, Keysight Technologies. “We’re ready to partner with CBRE to move our site facility engineering, operations and workplace experience beyond typical outsourced services.”

Picture: CBRE has won a major contract that further extends its services to Keysight Technologies to all its international sites


Article written by Robin Snow | Published 18 December 2015


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