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Home > Newsroom > News Archive > 2014 News and Events > Atos signs partnership with Singapore Sports School
Atos signs partnership with Singapore Sports School
(L to R): Muhammad Jaris Goh, Marcus Leong, Mr Herbert Leung (CEO, Atos APAC), Benedict Boon, Edric Lim
Singapore Sports School alumnus and national bowler Muhammad Jaris Goh Ali Akbar Goh received a boost from Atos Information Technology (S) Private Limited for his quest to win 5 gold medals at the Singapore 2015 Southeast Asian Games. Atos presented Jaris, who was named SNOC’s Sportsboy of the Year on 7 June 2014, with the Atos Sports Excellence Award on 19 June 2014.
Atos also presented the Atos Sports Scholarship to three Sports School alumni, bowler Marcus Leong Guo Rui, swimmer Benedict Boon Ji Chao and table tennis player Edric Lim Zheng Jie currently enrolled in the Republic Polytechnic-Singapore Sports School Diploma in Sports and Leisure Management programme, customised for elite student-athletes and taught at the Sports School. The full scholarship covers RP school fees and Sports School boarding fees for three years.
The award was presented at Atos' Asia Pacific headquarters in Toa Payoh North.
Atos is the Olympic Games Worldwide IT Partner and the Chief Systems Integrator for SEA Games 2015.