SINGAPORE: The company which provided the computer and financial systems to Aljunied—Hougang town council, has spoken up on its termination of services for the council.
Last Friday, the Aljunied—Hougang town council said the termination was one reason its corporate governance audit was delayed.
In a letter to the media, Action Information Management Pte Ltd (AIM) said it had extended its services to the town council twice, in August and September last year.
AIM’s chairman S Chandra Das said the company would have agreed to a further extension, if the town council had requested for it.
When contacted, council chairman Sylvia Lim said they understood that no further extensions would be forthcoming at the time.
She also questioned why AIM terminated its services in the first place.
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