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Ospyn Technologies opens shop in Singapore

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Technopark-based Ospyn Technologies, specialised in building enterprise scale applications, employing open source tools and technologies, has expanded their operations to S

Published: 24th February 2012 04:37 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:02 PM   |  A+A-

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Technopark-based Ospyn Technologies, specialised in building enterprise scale applications, employing open source tools and technologies, has expanded their operations to Singapore.

Ospyn Technologies has opened an office in Singapore with an aim to strengthen its position in the South East Asian market. Ospyn Technologies is looking forward to tap the emerging opportunities in South East Asia by using Singapore as a spring board. South East Asia is emerging as a new economic growth centreand is witnessing high technology adoptions.

Ospyn plans to launch their software products like Hrapps (Human Resource applications) and Case desk (Online Complaint management system) to tap the South East Asian market.

Ospyn Technologies, set up in March 2009 in Technopark, plans to build a strong technology team in Singapore to roll out technology solutions for the region.

In a press release, Kishore Kumar, director, Ospyn Technologies, said that the company envisages a robust growth in the South East Asian market and opening an office in Singapore underlines the importance of local presence in optimally serving the customers.

Prasadu Varghese, managing director, Ospyn Technologies said: “Proximity to customers is an aspect that underscores our commitment to superior service standards and shortened decision-making cycle. Our presence in Singapore would help in assisting our customers in South East Asia to stay technologically competitive.”



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