Asure Software (Nasdaq:ASUR), a leading provider of workplace management software solutions, today announced that it has opened two new international offices in Dubai and Singapore to serve the Middle East and Asia Pacific markets, respectively. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas; its office in Staines, England (southwest of London) serves the European market and is driving global expansion into new markets. Nigel Clarke, Asure Vice President and General Manager, EMEA and APAC, oversees the new locations and the UK office.
“As cited by the Management of Multinational Companies, over 82,000 companies with over 800,000 subsidiaries are multi-national; and the trend to build and operate businesses across international boundaries will continue. The addition of our new locations supports our clients’ emerging needs and our vision to deliver global, innovative, SaaS-based workplace and workforce management technologies that enable organizations to connect and collaborate regardless of their location,” said Pat Goepel, Asure Software CEO.
“We have clients operating and using our software in 80 countries. Having these new locations beyond our U.S. headquarters shows our reach and commitment to selling and supporting our solutions globally to enterprises and SMBs, and via channel partners,” said Clarke. “Due to a number of client and strategic partner wins, we have committed to investing in growth and expansion in these two important business hubs. We continue to see increasing demand and enquiries for our SaaS solution as we see more clients embracing agile work practices globally.”
According to Craig Seager, Asure Channel Director, EMEA & APAC, Asure’s offices will enable the company to offer local technical and sales support, and provide a platform to strategically collaborate with global channel partners in the regions. “We will continue to accelerate our partner eco-system internationally, through IT (information technology), FM (facility management) and CRES (corporate real estate) driven partners, and we expect to expand our presence further in due course,” Seager said.