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Hatch Works With AT&T to Deliver Enhanced Global Network Infrastructure to Support Its Worldwide Operations

TORONTO Feb. 23, 2011 AT&T

By working with AT&T, a best-in-class global supplier, Hatch aims to make better use of its information technology assets, improve the quality of its services and increase its competitive advantage by bringing more than 65 different offices onto AT&T’s network. Hatch designs and builds some of the world’s largest and most complex projects in mining and metals, energy and infrastructure on six continents. To work in these areas, the company’s engineers need to access a host of engineering software and design applications. Without access to the proper tools and information, Hatch would not be able to deliver successful project outcomes that their clients expect.

Glenn Sakaki

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Aisha Umar Canada

When operating internationally, companies like Hatch are typically forced to deal with a number of telecommunications companies in each region. Differences in language, currencies and levels of network sophistication can make the process complicated and time consuming. AT&T helps Hatch avoid these challenges by providing a Canadian-based account team that manages all the requirements of Hatch’s global network.

*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.

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