SpecPage, a global provider of integrated software solutions and online tools for the recipe-based manufacturing industry, today announced the establishment of a new subsidiary in Singapore. The new office will better assist existing global customers operating in the Asia-Pacific market. The company is hereby significantly accelerating its global footprint.
“The Singapore subsidiary is an important strategic initiative for SpecPage. It brings our sales and support organization closer to our customers in the region and, at the same time, aids global customers in their facilitation of unlocking local synergies,” said Severin Weiss, CEO of SpecPage.
“We recognize Singapore to be a strategic destination for our further growth in the Asia-Pacific region. This subsidiary will pave way for large-scale projects over the years. I am very pleased to witness our vision of setting up a global sales and service organization come true,” Severin Weiss added.
The subsidiary will be supported by Swiss-based Amin Khatir, an experienced Project Manager with SpecPage, as well as an individual with good Chinese know-how and local expertise. According to Amin, the Singapore subsidiary will enable SpecPage to address increasing demand for comprehensive product data management and product development solutions in the fast-growing Asian-Pacific market.
SpecPage provides product development solutions, including Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Product Data Management (PDM), Compliance Guide and Laboratory Information and Management System (LIMS), enabling food and beverage companies to innovate competitive products in compliance with relevant food laws.
With expertise in the Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN), the company offers customizable online catalogs, including Supplier’s and Buyer’s Guides. These products are dedicated to assisting manufacturers, distributors and buyers manage their well-defined product information at the touch of a button.
“We offer industry-leading products and our new subsidiary in Singapore allows us to further enhance our personalised services for existing and potential customers in this market,” concluded Severin Weiss.