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Go2Group looks to recruit channel partners through new Hong Kong hub

09 Dec 16

Application development provider Go2Group is opening a new Hong Kong office to keep on track with market growth, and it's taking its partners along for the ride.

The move into Hong Kong will serve customers and partners, and CEO Brett Taylor says Hong Kong is a perfect hub to recruit channel partners.

"We plan to recruit channel partners in Hong Kong and to access local talent to support our expansion in the region. The initial target markets include Mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand - countries and regions for which software development and outsourcing are key focus areas," Taylor says.

Go2Group, an Atlassian certified reseller and Software Platinum Solutions Partner, also resells Hewlett Packard development tools. It is also a Gold Certified Microsoft DevOps partner.

"Several of our global clients and partners asked us to open an office in Asia Pacific in order to provide our application integration products and services in the region. As businesses transform to become digital businesses, the ability to rapidly respond to the demands of digitalization is crucial," Taylor says.

Go2Group's experience in tool creation, data collaboration and integration products resulted in its flagship tool, ConnectAll. The tool enables integration between development and management tools. It also provides transparent operations between disparate development tools.

Go2Group's new Hong Kong office is one of several around the globe, including Chennai, India and Tokyo, Japan. The company also has presences in the United States.

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