Source: IPC Information Systems
IPC Information Systems, a leading provider of mission-critical trading floor communication solutions to global and local enterprises, today announced the opening of an office in Jakarta, Indonesia.
The office, located at Mayapada Tower (formerly known as Wisma Dharmala), is IPC's eighth location in Asia Pacific, with offices already established in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney, Melbourne, Kuala Lumpur and Shanghai. IPC currently serves more than 500 clients in 15 cities throughout the Asia Pacific region including clients such as Barclays Capital, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup.
Stephen Phillips, Managing Director, IPC Asia Pacific said, "IPC has over 33 years of industry experience, and our solutions provide many benefits for clients such as improved user productivity, operational efficiency, enhanced business continuity and operational stability. Recent growth in the Indonesian economy, coupled with our success in the region, influenced our decision to open a direct sales and service office in Jakarta. There is no substitute for on-the-ground contact with our customers, and we are committed to providing the Asia Pacific region with the best possible solutions and services."
The Jakarta office will be managed by Frankie Yong, IPC's Sales Director for Southeast Asia. Mr. Yong is well-versed in IPC technology, having spent the last 16 years working with IPC products and services.
Mr. Yong said, "There are more than 100 Banks and Securities firms in Indonesia, and IPC serves more than two thirds of them. With the opening of our direct office in Jakarta, we will strive to provide excellent sales and after sales support. We expect local financial institutions to deploy IP solutions for their DRC and remote branches requirements, and IPC has the technology and the experienced to make it happen."