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INTTRA beefs up Asian presence

Hong Kong: INTTRA, a leading global provider of e-commerce solutions has announced the expansion of its presence in Asia, opening a development centre in China and a new office in Japan. The company has also announced further expansion of its global development and service centre in Singapore.
Volume growth in container orders initiated on the platform across the region has averaged more than 80% in the past two years. To serve this continued increase INTTRA recently signed a long term agreement with Dextrys, a premier US-based China outsourcing firm delivering product engineering and application services, to establish an Offshore Development Centre in China providing additional product development, testing and engineering services to its customers. ?
"We are seeing a significant increase in new customers in the Asian market who are using INTTRA's e-commerce platform to increase efficiencies and reduce transaction costs. Our Offshore Development Centre in China will help us to significantly expand our product development capabilities and technology presence in China," said Ken Bloom, CEO, INTTRA speaking in Hong Kong.?
INTTRA now has more than 60 employees at its global development and service centre in Singapore where engineering and Quality Assurance teams are based, providing clients with round-the-clock coverage in conjunction with colleagues in New Jersey. Additionally, INTTRA has confirmed that it will be opening a new office in Tokyo to provide local support to customers in Japan.?
"In the last 12 months in the China-Hong Kong region we have a 46 percent increase in our INTTRA Link (I-Link) product. There is a growing awareness within the industry of the value of using a single platform to manage and execute a range of ocean carrier transactions," added Bloom.    ?
INTTRA Link is an integration service that offers customers with a high volume of shipping transactions the option of using XML or EDI to link their systems with carriers.  [29/03/10]


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