GoldenSource, an enterprise data management solutions provider, has expanded its Asia-Pacific presence with the opening of a Beijing office. With Beijing, GoldenSource now has four offices in Asia, including Hong Kong, Melbourne, and Mumbai. GoldenSource’s Beijing office will provide sales and support for a growing client base, which includes several leading Chinese financial institutions.
“Spurred by the expanding economy and maturing financial system, clients are demanding more sophisticated EDM solutions to improve operational efficiency, transparency, and risk control. With China currently in the top five geographies based on total tier one capital, this office is of strategic importance to our long-term growth plans,” said Mike Meriton, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of GoldenSource. “As China’s regulatory hub, the Beijing office further demonstrates our commitment to the region and reinforces our position as a global EDM provider with a deep understanding of local business needs.”
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