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UK-based Mitra Innovation expands digital solutions to ASEAN with regional office in Singapore

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Imposing and grand, Parkview Square is an office building located in the Downtown Core Planning Area, Central

CEO Ashok Suppiah
APAC, Managing Director Dammika Ganegama
COO Derek Bell

Region, Singapore. The Parkview Square houses the embassies of the United Arab Emirates, Mongolia and Austria, and is one of the most expensive office buildings in Singapore. Now it’s also the residence of the new regional office of Mitra Innovation; located at 600 North Bridge Road #05-01, Parkview Square, Singapore (188778).

Mitra Innovation a fast growing UK Technology solutions provider with a global footprint, specialising in digital transformation, cloud enablement, and software development, is the first UK company to be named a WSO2 Premier Certified Partner.

Mitra Co-founder and Managing Director Dammika Ganegama said, “I am personally excited about our growth into the APAC region. We have made the investments, and are looking at building solid partnerships in Malaysia and Singapore to serve the ASEAN region, while continuing to grow our established ANZ Business. Our expansion shall be a strategic hub that fuels talent and employment in the region, bringing new opportunities for business partnerships, bringing new revenue into the region, and providing the best practices and tools, and thereby elevating their innovation efficiencies to its next levels.”

Mitra Innovation Founding CEO Ashok Suppiah said, “We are thrilled to have opened the doors to our regional offices in Singapore. Expanding into the region to cater to ASEAN countries was our next organic step. We have very promising opportunities on the horizon in the Telco and Banking industries in the region, and we are glad to be within arm’s reach of the world’s most forward-looking organisations.” 


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