SunTec Opens Office In Singapore

SunTec Business Solutions has announced the opening of its office in Singapore as part of its global expansion plans.

hidden July 03, 2007 18:26:23 IST
SunTec Opens Office In Singapore

SunTec Opens Office In SingaporeSunTec Business Solutions, a Kerala-based global provider of pricing and dynamic billing software, has announced the opening of its office in Singapore as part of its global expansion plans.

The new office in Singapore will support its clients like DBS Bank of Singapore and Bakrie Telecom of Indonesia.

"The global appetite for a billing solution that helps increase fee-based revenues is tremendous, and we have aggressive plans for SunTec expansion around the world. We're looking at other key areas and plan to open an office in the Middle East very soon," said Nanda Kumar, SunTec CEO.

SunTec recently expanded its presence in the US with a dedicated customer support centre.

SunTec also has offices in Britain and Germany and its clients include ING Bank, HSBC Group, Lloyds TSB, DBS Bank, ICICI Bank, Comcast, Cable One, @Home, Batelco, Bakrie Telecom and BSNL.

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