Beijing, China November 18, 2013
Beyondsoft Corporation (Shenzhen Stock Exchange listed, 002649), one of Asia's leading full-spectrum IT services and industry solution providers with global delivery capabilities, announced its Taiwan wholly-owned subsidiary officially established.
Aaron Liu, EVP of Beyondsoft, commented “Beyondsoft has accumulated rich experiences in empowering clients’global business from years of cooperation with the Fortune 500 and top technology companies. The Beyondsoft Taiwan subsidiary will serve as an economic hub and an important delivery center in Beyondsoft’s Asia-Pacific strategy. It will take full advantage of Beyondsoft’s proven excellent platform and best practices, and integrate the human resources and technical strength of the Asia-Pacific region to better meet existing customers’ diversified demands and to better support for them in the entire Asia-Pacific region or global market. Beyondsoft’s entrance into the Taiwanese market will surely enhance its competitiveness by providing access to a new cooperation model with local enterprises.”
Taiwan’s economy, culture, science and technology have evolved dramatically in the recent decade. Taiwan witnessed a vigorous development of technology, a prosperous growth of its IT industry, and a continual increase in its IT investment. Taiwan is currently a strong competitor with a significant market share in the global market.
Beyondsoft has over 30 branches and research centers throughout 6 countries in 3 continents. The establishment of a Taiwan subsidiary is a new benchmark in the Beyondsoft global strategic layout.
Beyondsoft is a leading Asia-based IT service outsourcing company with global delivery capabilities. Beyondsoft provides services such as IT consulting, Application development and maintenance, Enterprise Application Services (EAS), and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) for global clients. Headquartered in Beijing, Beyondsoft has established delivery centers in China’s major cities as well as branch offices in the US, Japan, Singapore and India.