Our successful partnerships with China’s technology and mobile industry culminated today with the official opening ceremony of our China office in Shenzhen. A dedicated local office will further boost our unique position to provide superb, enterprise-grade service quality to developers, tech, finance and media companies, and mobile network operators.
“China is the economy and tech powerhouse of the world and we’re confident we will continue to impact the Chinese technology industry. Having already partnered with the country’s tech giants, we’re aiming to serve our clients even better by building strong local presence”, said Infobip CEO Silvio Kutic.
In the Asia-Pacific region, Infobip already operates in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Taipei, Manila, Jakarta, Hanoi and Seoul, and the opening of the Shenzhen office is the culmination of a carefully planned entry into one of the world’s leading markets.
Infobip services include ongoing development, active monitoring and full technical support with industry leading response and resolution times. Our global platform enables companies to deliver their business communications to 6 billion mobile devices in 190 countries. To MNOs, we’re offering the innovative Business-as-a-Service cooperation model allowing them to launch and run a profitable A2P SMS business with no investment, risk or cost of ownership, and with time to market drastically reduced.
Our enterprise portfolio is quickly evolving and includes different channels of mobile communication (SMS messaging, voice, push notifications, OTT messaging, email etc.), all with the goal to provide omni-channel communications capability operated under a single platform.Silvio Kutic – Infobip’s founder and CEO
Infobip founders, top management and regional executives are attending the ceremony, as well as a number of esteemed guests ranging from partners and clients of Infobip in China, including major telecommunications, mobile technology and OTT firms. Representatives of the British Consulate General in Guangzhou were also present to support Infobip’s entry into China in light of recent joint efforts of the UK and PR China to further improve economic relations.