Surecomp, a provider of global trade solutions for the financial services community, has opened its expanded Beijing support and development centre. The site is responsible for developing Surecomp solutions for local and offshore markets, providing offshore development services for customised banking applications, and supporting Surecomp clients throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
Surecomp’s expanded Beijing centre features state-of-the-art facilities and is staffed by a team of software and banking professionals.
“The relocation and upgrading of Surecomp’s Beijing support and development centre reinforces our commitment to our growing number of clients in the Asia-Pacific region, and conveys our belief in the stability of the Chinese banking market,” said Joel Koschitzky, Surecomp’s chairman. “I am exceptionally proud of our achievements in China over the last few years, which is reflected by the quality of our locally developed solutions and by the continuous trust in Surecomp shown by our satisfied regional clients.”
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