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Transformational Strategies Driving Business Agility & Value-Add in Shared Services

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SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — Asia’s #1 Shared Services & Outsourcing event returns for the 19th year in Singapore on 15-16 November 2016. Against the backdrop of economic uncertainties and tightening market competition, the 19th Shared Services & Outsourcing Week (SSOW) Asia, which will be held by SSON, a division of IQPC, will gather shared services leaders in the region to explore and exchange transformational strategies driving business agility and value-add in their organisations.

According to the latest research from Shared Services & Outsourcing Network (SSON), more than 80% of shared services organisations in Asia are committed to delivering value beyond costs savings. In particular, they are turning to robotics process automation and data analytics to fast-track their business targets.

“Under current market conditions, shared services and outsourcing (SS&O) leaders in Asia are under pressure to do more with less. The good news is – the industry has never been more ready to make the transition from cost-savings to value-add. Advancements in new technologies such as robotics process automation and data analytics are key enablers in the redeployment of shared services resources and talent to focus on value-added work,” said Ann Liu, Asia deputy divisional director at SSON. 60% of respondents in SSON’s Mega Trends Report 2016 ranked robotics process automation as a radical game-changer and 90% believed data analytics to be critical to improving business decision-making.

While it is still early stages in Asia when it comes to robotics process automation and data analytics uptake, SSON predicts that this scenario is likely to change. On that note, Ann Liu further said, “If you look closely at the speed of current adoption and the results thus far, the prospects for future applications are immense. Robotics process automation and data analytics will lead to process improvement and that in turn, will bring shared services closer to supporting their organisations as critical business partners.”

SSON’s flagship SSOW Asia 2016 will shine the spotlight on robotics process automation and data analytics implementation. In addition, the event will feature key discussions on priorities such as Talent Management, Cost-Control, Shared Services Governance, Customer Experience and Outsourcing. Do not miss this opportunity to network with more than 400 SS&O senior leaders, forge new relationships and equip yourself with the knowledge and skills to drive continuous success in your organisation.

“With more than 100,000 senior level SS&O members, we at SSON, have always prided ourselves on being the best platform for industry practitioners to keep their pulse on the industry. This year is no exception. Let SSOW 2016 be your guide in formulating your SS&O roadmap for 2017 and beyond,” said Ann Liu.

Registration for the 19th Annual Asian Shared Services & Outsourcing Week is now open at The full speaker list and programme are also available for review: For further information, contact or +65 6722 9388.

Event: 19th Annual Asian Shared Services & Outsourcing Week
Dates: 15-16 November 2016
Venue: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Telephone: +65 6722 9388

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August 11, 2016 at 2:28 pm

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Ageas Asia First Quarter Gross Inflows up 14% driven by successful Sales Campaigns and continued Channel Development

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HONG KONG /PRNewswire/ — Ageas Q1 2016 results (note 1) — Asia Financial Highlights

Strong operating performance in all segments

Group inflows (at 100%) rose 11% with Asian and Belgium Life business driving the growth of inflows

Insurance net profit slightly exceeded the already strong performance of same period last year.

Insurance net profit stable at EUR 201 million versus EUR 198 million
General Account net result of EUR 834 million negative as a result of the provision for the Fortis settlement agreement announced 14 March 2016
Group net result at EUR 633 million negative versus EUR 241 million positive
Group inflows (at 100%) at EUR 11.1 billion, up 11% (including 3% negative foreign exchange impact)
Group inflows (Ageas’s part) grew 9% to EUR 4.6 billion (including 2% negative foreign exchange impact)
Life inflows up 14% to EUR 9.4 billion and Non-Life stable at EUR 1.7 billion (both at 100%)
Operating Performance
Combined ratio at 97.8% versus 96.6% including the impact of the Brussels terrorism events (4%)
Operating Margin Guaranteed at 103 bps versus 91 bps
Operating Margin Unit-Linked at 25 bps versus 39 bps
Life Technical Liabilities of the consolidated entities at EUR 75.9 billion (+ 2% vs. the end of 2015)
Balance Sheet
Shareholders’ equity at EUR 10.3 billion or EUR 49.10 per share
Insurance solvency II ageas ratio at 182% and Group solvency II at 180%
General Account Total Liquid Assets stood at EUR 1.2 billion versus EUR 1.6 billion end 2015
Continued solid growth in inflows in both Life and Non-Life in Asia

Ageas Asia’s net profit at EUR 61 million vs. EUR 58 million (+5%) of which EUR 12 million originated from its Hong Kong operations.
Asia’s inflows at EUR 7.3 billion vs. EUR 6.4 billion (+14%)
Hong Kong’s inflows amounted to EUR 120 million (-6% at constant exchange rates), impacted by new regulatory changes.
Mainland China’s inflows increased to EUR 6.0 billion (+17% and +21% at constant exchange rates), with new business premiums up 20% to EUR 4.2 billion. The bank channel and the particularly strong performance by the agency channel both contributed to this growth.
Thailand’s Life inflows were up 7% (+15% at constant exchange rates) to EUR 0.7 billion, with strong growth in renewal premiums, + 22%. To EUR 0.4 billion. Non-Life inflows were up 10% (+18% at constant exchange rates) to EUR 83 million across all business lines with substantial growth in both Motor (+14%) and Personal Accident (+29%).
Malaysia’s Life inflows increased 6% (+21% at constant exchange rates) to EUR 151 million. Non-Life inflows amounted to EUR 195 million (+2% at constant exchange rates)
India’s inflows were EUR 61 million (-9% at constant exchange rates). Growth reported in regular premium with the bank channel, up 31% partly offset the lower less profitable Group business
Announcing the 3 months 2016 results, Gary Crist, Chief Executive Officer of Ageas Asia commented:

“Ageas Asia’s 3 months 2016 results were marked by continued strong performance in the region. Profitable regular premium sales and a strong financial performance contributed positively to the solid net profit of EUR 61 million from the region. Total inflows recorded an increase of 14% at EUR 7.3 billion, with excellent growth in new business and renewal premiums, especially in China and Thailand. At strategic development front, our new joint-venture in the Philippines has just started operations. In Vietnam, we are in the license approval stage for our greenfield joint-venture. In August 2015, we announced the sale of our Hong Kong Life insurance business to JD Group. The transaction was closed on 12 May 2016. Going forward we remain firmly committed to Asia and will further strengthen our business in the 6 growth markets. Furthermore we continue to explore opportunities in high growth markets in Asia.”

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1. All 3 months 2016 figures are compared to the 3 months 2015 figures unless otherwise stated.

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August 11, 2016 at 2:23 pm

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Affordable Data Analytics and Management Services for SMEs

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SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — Cloud hosting specialist ICONZ-Webvisions (iWV) and business analytics experts ClayOPS have announced a new partnership that will give SMEs in Singapore greater access to affordable business analytics tools and services.

While leveraging on data can revolutionalise companies’ operations and improve their business strategies, it is often beyond the budget of smaller companies. These small- and medium-sized firms cannot afford the technology and expertise involved. The tie-up between iWV and ClayOPS, however, will allow these SMEs to tap into the specialised business analytics tools developed by ClayOPS, a highly successful Singapore start-up, through the access provided by iWV, a large-scale provider of cloud-hosting services.

The tie-up not only gives SMEs access to a one-stop suite of specialised yet affordable services, but will also help them join in the national push to turn Singapore into a Smart Nation. Part of this vision sees companies mining and analysing data from their operations so that they can maximise their efficiency and spot opportunities for growth. Capturing data through the use of sensors, then analysing them, can give data-driven firms an advantage in business operations and strategic decisions.

“The ability to slice and cut data, and pinpoint areas of improvement in a fast and cost-effective way is highly desirable for business owners and leaders,” says Albert Wong, Group CEO of iWV. “Leveraging on business analytics used to be only available to large enterprises because of the exorbitant costs and efforts involved. Today, with our partnership with ClayOPS, we can empower our clients with the ability to analyse their data via solutions that are simple and affordable.”

Matthew Choo, Director, Business & Consumer Insights, of ClayOPS, notes that MNCs and SMEs face similar challenges and opportunities when it comes to mining and analysing data. But SMEs are often placed at a disadvantage because they do not have the same access to data analytics that larger companies have, or are unaware of the value of these services.

“ClayOPS is in the business of helping clients understand and use their data better,” he says. “We are able to take our expertise, experience and technology we built for MNCs and make them easily available for SMEs. But ClayOPS being a local SME ourselves, we lack the resources and expertise to reach out widely to SMEs. With the iWV team, we share the same business direction and have the necessary complementary skill sets to help firms be better at using data.”

About ICONZ-Webvisions

Headquartered in Singapore, ICONZ-Webvisions (iWV) is a leading Cloud and Managed Services provider for services such as virtual servers, co-location and dedicated servers, as well as managed services such as backup, security, disaster recovery and monitoring. With more than 20 years of experience, the company serves more than 40,000 customers including Cycle & Carriage, Drew & Napier, OSIM, Hong Leong Finance, MCL Land, etc. For more information, go to

About ClayOps

ClayOps is a Singapore-based start-up that provides business analytics and data centric technological solutions. Powered by highly-specialised, experienced business-driven technology consultants, team, it helps companies derive insights and business opportunities from their data to aid in formulating business strategies and critical decision-making.

ClayOps’ customers include global and local players, MNCs and SMEs in industries such as IT, shipping, construction, manufacturing, retail, transport, hotels and defence. Well-known clients include SAP, Veritas, Microsoft, Symantec, Red Hat, NOL and Toshiba.

For more information, please contact:

Kuah Sok Khim

Matthew Choo

Group Marketing Director

Director, Business & Consumer Insights

Phone: +65 6868 1166

Phone: +65 6805 8989



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August 11, 2016 at 12:09 pm

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Businesses Can Now Access Mongolia’s Market Faster and Easier with DHL

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— Mongolia’s exports and domestic consumption are returning to rapid growth as its economy recovers from mining downturn
— New time-saving road and multimodal services connect Mongolia to its main European and US trading partners with cost-effective, agile shipping

ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia /PRNewswire/ — DHL Global Forwarding, the leading international provider of air, sea and road freight services, today announced the launch of its new road and multimodal freight services connecting Mongolia to its major European and US trading partners in less than 20 days. The services support both SMEs and larger enterprises in industries ranging from mining and automotive to retail, fashion and perishables seeking to capitalize on Mongolia’s return to rapid economic growth and its transition from commodities to value-added exports.

Businesses in European nations stand to benefit from DHL’s new road freight service to and from Mongolia which connects to continental Europe through Russia and Belarus under 20 days. The new service offers both Full Truck Load (FTL) and Less-than-Truck Load (LTL) options to support different business sizes, ideal for small cargo volumes and initial market testing. The service will support the movement of imported foreign goods such as furniture, medicines and wine, and exports like mining spare parts, cashmere products and all terrain bikes.

“Mongolia’s economy is rebounding from the mining downturn, further building on its status as the world’s second-largest cashmere producer[1] and a food and agricultural export hub[2],” said Kelvin Leung, CEO, DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific. “With Mongolian businesses gaining a growing slice of global market share, supported by an increasingly solid network of regional Free Trade Agreements[3][4], Mongolia’s dominant trading partners also stand to gain from increases in domestic consumption of foreign goods.”

Mongolia also counts the US as one of its top five sources of imports[5] with cars and food as key imports. DHL’s new multimodal service provides Full Container Load (FCL) and Less-than-Container Load (LCL) shipping with transit time as few as 18 days. The service moves cargo such as watches, coffee machines and motorcycles from the US to South Korea by air, via ocean freight to China, and through rail and road into Mongolia, offering a balance between cost-efficiency and speed to businesses in the US seeking to expand their reach to Mongolia’s consumers. The service also offers Mongolia businesses exporting goods like aviation spare parts, camel wool and rally cars access to the US market.

“The new road freight and multimodal services provide both small businesses and large enterprises with an especially cost-effective and timely way of testing demand and establishing consistent trade between both markets,” said Charles Kaufmann, CEO, North Asia and Head, Value Added Services, DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific. “As the only international logistics provider with a local presence in Mongolia, DHL enables overseas exporters to gain a head-start in accessing the ‘Wolf Economy’ as it continues its path to the front of the pack.”






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DHL — The logistics company for the world

DHL is the leading global brand in the logistics industry. Our DHL family of divisions offer an unrivalled portfolio of logistics services ranging from national and international parcel delivery, e-commerce shipping and fulfillment solutions, international express, road, air and ocean transport to industrial supply chain management. With about 340,000 employees in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, DHL connects people and businesses securely and reliably, enabling global trade flows. With specialized solutions for growth markets and industries including technology, life sciences and healthcare, energy, automotive and retail, a proven commitment to corporate responsibility and an unrivalled presence in developing markets, DHL is decisively positioned as “The logistics company for the world”.

DHL is part of Deutsche Post DHL Group. The Group generated revenues of more than 59 billion euros in 2015.

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August 11, 2016 at 12:05 pm

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Star CEO/Senior Executive Lineup at Break the ceiling touch the sky(TM) summit in Singapore on Aug. 29, 2016

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-“Worlds best Companies, top CEOs to share best practices for success with participants”

SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — House of Rose Professional Pte. Ltd today announced that a star CEO lineup will speak at the 2016 world edition of Break the ceiling touch the sky — the success and leadership summit for women™ to be held at the Shangri-La, Singapore on Aug 29, 2016.

Break the ceiling touch the sky — the success and leadership summit for women™ will feature 42 inspirational business leaders from across the world who will share their best practices for success with delegates. These include Peter Sharp, President, Walmart Asia Realty; Philip Seah, CEO, Prudential Singapore; Ann Mukherjee, Global Chief Marketing Officer, SC Johnson; Fumbi Chima, Chief Information Officer, Burberry Plc; Carolyn Miles, President and CEO, Save the Children; Amit Banati, President, Asia Pacific, Kellogg Company; Pier Luigi Sigismondi, President, Southeast Asia and Australasia, Unilever; Lynne Anne Davis, President, FleishmanHillard Asia Pacific; Su-Yen Wong, CEO, Human Capital Leadership Institute; Paul Prendergast, ASEAN Management Consultant Managing Director, Accenture; Paula Dart, Vice President, Strategy and Planning, Global Commercial Leadership, The Coca-Cola Company; Grace Ho, Chief Commercial Officer, Singapore Post Limited; Catherine Hall, General Manager, Marine, Shell Chemicals; Sunita Kaur, Managing Director, Spotify Asia; Natalia Shuman, SVP and General Manager, EMEA and Asia Pacific Regions, Kelly Services; Stephanie Keen, Office Managing Partner, Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee Singapore; Glenn Osaki, President, Asia MSLGROUP; J. Norwell Coquillard, Chairman, Enactus China; Sarita Singh, Head, Retail Operations, Asia Pacific at Google; Vaidyanath Swamy, GM, Hasbro; Rajul Mehta, CEO, Queenmark; Rosaline Koo, Founder and CEO, CXA., etc.

A full listing of the day’s speakers and agenda and sign up for the summit is available at

The summit is specially designed for women leaders (and male leaders who support gender diversity) and entrepreneurs. Participants at the summit will learn the best practices on: The future of work and leadership 2020; How gender diversity can build business; Work-life balance; Values based leadership; wellness techniques for high performance, collaboration mastery and building networks to enable business.

Philip Seah, Prudential Singapore CEO, who is scheduled to do one of the keynote addresses on the day shared, “Gender diversity is a big enabler of our business and reflects our corporate credo ‘always listening, always understanding.’ We believe this careful and caring approach is helping us win with customers and win with our employees. We are delighted to be a platinum sponsor of Break the ceiling touch the sky and hope not only to learn best practices at the summit from other global organizations and develop new relationships but also to share some of our own best practices for success.”

Commented Stephanie Keen, Office Managing Partner, Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee Singapore, “We are proud to be supporting Break the ceiling touch the sky. Our firm has been at the forefront of ensuring that women are given full opportunity to excel in their practices and to become leaders at the firm. Conferences such as this help women to develop the tools to overcome gender barriers and to achieve their career goals.”

Break the Ceiling Touch the Sky — the success and leadership summit for women™ is Asia’s fastest growing summit platform for women (and men who support gender diversity). It has a simple objective — to help women to succeed faster and enable greater gender diversity that ultimately reflects in more women on Boards of Companies in Singapore and surrounding countries. The summit is a cost-effective and efficient platform for leaders to learn, network and achieve together and for Companies of all sizes to develop their talent. It is also an excellent forum for entrepreneurs to connect and network with large businesses. While the content is customized for women leaders, male leaders are welcome. The summit is based on research done for the best selling book “Break the ceiling touch the sky: success secrets of the world’s most inspirational women” and further insights gathered from interaction with over 6000 women leaders since 2012. In the last year itself over 850 leaders from 170 Companies have attended the two prior editions of the summit. The annual edition continues to be hosted in Singapore.

The 2016 World Edition of the summit is supported by some of the world’s best Companies including Prudential Singapore as Platinum Sponsor; SC Johnson & Son, Kellogg and Unilever as Gold Sponsors and FleishmanHillard, HP, Coca-Cola and Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee as Silver sponsors. One sponsor slot is still open.

Singapore International Chamber of Commerce (SICC); American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) Singapore; European Chamber of Commerce (EuroCham) Singapore; British Chamber of Commerce (BritCham) Singapore; Australian Chamber of Commerce (AustCham) Singapore; French Chamber of Commerce Singapore (FCCS); Efficient Consumer Response Asia Pacific (ECR AP), Singapore Council of Women’s Organizations (SCWO) and the Young Presidents Organization (YPO), Singapore Chapter are Industry Partners for the summit. Entrepreneurial Action for Others Creates a Better world for us all (ENACTUS), BW Businessworld and the Athena Network, Singapore are network partners for the summit. Current members of the Industry partners enjoy preferential delegate rates at the summit. So do members of ENACTUS and the Athena network, Singapore.

Anthony A. Rose, Founder Chairman and CEO, House of Rose Professional, and best-selling author of the book Break the ceiling touch the sky: success secrets of the world’s most inspirational women concluded, “We encourage Companies and professionals to leverage the 2016 world edition of Break the ceiling touch the sky to build their teams and their own plans for success. The combination of international and local experts, from highly diverse industries and backgrounds ensures learning for delegates of every background. Don’t miss the opportunity to take your success to the next level.”

For full details on the summit, speakers and to book delegate passes/corporate tables please visit

Companies desiring to get involved with the summit as sponsors please email

Break the ceiling touch the sky: the success and leadership summit for women™ is the property of Singapore-based House of Rose Professional Pte. Ltd. which operates across three business segments — People, Public Relations (PR) and Publishing.

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August 11, 2016 at 12:00 pm

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New Silkroutes Group Forms JV to Provide Bespoke Risk Management and Private Security Services in Asia

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SINGAPORE /PRNewswire/ — New Silkroutes Group Limited (“NSG” or “the Group”) has formed a joint venture with the owners of London-based consulting firm Rubeus Limited (“Rubeus”) to provide bespoke solutions for risk and security-related matters in Asia, adding to its portfolio of businesses following its exit from the SGX Watchlist in November 2014.

Incorporated in September 2011, Rubeus offers risk management solutions to corporations, government agencies and ultra-high-net-worth families globally. Its scope of work includes providing insights into entering emerging or frontier markets, monitoring on-site conditions throughout the life cycle of an investment and the operational management of projects, as well as offering crisis management services and advice on the security of critical national infrastructure. Its clients include oil, gas and mining companies, private banks, hedge funds, maritime firms, the media, as well as family offices.

Rubeus was founded by Mr John Davidson and his partner, Dr Jessica Lincoln. Mr Davidson is a former British Special Forces soldier with over 25 years of experience in high-intensity crisis situations. He has worked with governments to develop training programmes to enhance security, and has been involved in ending the operations of certain groups in armed conflicts.

Dr Lincoln is an expert in open-source intelligence and a former member of staff at the Department of War Studies in King’s College London and the Defence Studies Department at the UK’s Joint Services Command and Staff College. She and Mr Davidson are supported by a team of experts in fields such as technology and research.

The Singapore-based joint venture, Rubeus Silk Pte Ltd (“Rubeus Silk”), is 51% owned by NSG. Mr Davidson and Dr Lincoln own the remaining 49%. The new partnership will seek to expand across Asia and develop local expertise in each of the markets it sets foot in.

“Rubeus exists to protect people and assets. In Asia, we believe our services will be useful in helping companies, ultra-high-net-worth families and their businesses better manage and safeguard their resources and investments,” said Mr Davidson.

Dr Goh Jin Hian, Group Chief Executive Officer of NSG, said: “Rubeus Silk is the latest addition to NSG’s security and governance business, which has so far centred on big data analytics and enterprise software solutions. The joint venture will not only widen the scope of this business but also complement NSG’s other divisions.”

“For example, as our oil and gas business grows, we eventually want to get involved in activities beyond trading. These could include managing and owning oil storage facilities in Asia and Europe. Rubeus’ experience in evaluating energy assets, particularly in frontier markets, will be invaluable.”

NSG currently gets most of its revenue from oil and gas trading. It also has a joint venture with the government of Malta to develop the Southern European island into an energy trading hub between Europe and Asia.

Digiland Pte Ltd, the Group’s wholly owned technology arm, provides consultancy services and solutions in data analytics, cloud-based e-government services, and IT infrastructure for the management of public housing, real estate and facilities.

About New Silkroutes Group Limited

New Silkroutes Group (Bloomberg: NSG SP) is a Singapore-incorporated company (established on 25 Jan 1994) listed on the Mainboard of Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd (SGX). It is evolving into an investment holding company with core competencies in Capabilities Enablement, Capital Allocation and (Policy) Analysis. The group, through its subsidiaries and associate companies, has exposure to key sector verticals, including Energy/Resources, Healthcare and Infocomm Technology with a focus on Security & Governance.

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Source: New Silkroutes Group Limited
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August 11, 2016 at 11:48 am

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NetComm Wireless Launches New R&D Facility in the US

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SYDNEY /PRNewswire/ — NetComm Wireless Limited (ASX: NTC), a leading global developer of data communications technologies, today announced that it has established its first research and development (R&D) facility outside of Australia with the launch of its new R&D centre in Sunrise, Florida, United States.

The establishment of this new R&D centre is a natural extension of NetComm Wireless’ commitment to the US market, particularly in light of the Company’s announcement of a major contract win within the US in respect of its fixed wireless business.

The facility currently employs two teams of approximately 30 experienced software, hardware and radio frequency (RF) engineers. The selection of the Sunrise area in Florida became an obvious choice. It is a significant technology hub attracting a substantial number of multinational technology based companies and has a large pool of talented telecommunications engineers.

“NetComm Wireless has experienced tremendous growth in recent years and we will continue to invest in the R&D resources needed to accelerate the expansion of our business in the US and globally. Our new R&D centre will allow us to meet the specific needs of our US based customers and partners, while strengthening our product design, development and testing capabilities,” said David Stewart, CEO and Managing Director, NetComm Wireless.

The Company has also announced the expansion of its R&D facilities in Sydney and Melbourne.

NetComm Wireless is exhibiting at CTIA Super Mobility 2016 from 7-9 September, 2016.

Book a meeting and visit stand 5152 to find out more about NetComm Wireless’ latest 3G/4G LTE M2M, Fixed Wireless and Fibre to the distribution point (FTTdp) technologies.

Enquiries to:

NetComm Wireless Communications
Phone: +61-2-9424-2000 or email:

About NetComm Wireless

NetComm Wireless Limited (ASX: NTC) is a leading developer of Fixed Wireless broadband, wireless Machine-to-Machine (M2M)/Industrial IoT and Fibre and Cable to the distribution point (FTTdp / CTTdp) technologies that underpin an increasingly connected world. Employing our Listen. Innovate. Solve. approach, we provide solutions for the unique requirements of leading telecommunications carriers, core network providers, system integrators, government and enterprise customers worldwide. For over 30 years, NetComm Wireless has engineered new generations of world first data communication products and is now a globally recognised communications technology innovator. Headquartered in Sydney (Australia), NetComm Wireless has offices in the US, Europe/UK, New Zealand and Japan. For more information, visit

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August 11, 2016 at 10:51 am

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