Motorola sets up S'pore customer solutions center

The new facility will cater to "high growth" markets including Southeast Asia and India, and is responsible for the development of customized mobile phone applications.
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SINGAPORE--Motorola has opened a new customer solutions center in the island-state to target what the company identifies as "high growth" markets comprising Southeast Asia, India, Australia, Middle East and Africa.

The company’s third in the Asia-Pacific region and ninth worldwide, the center will focus on the development of customized mobile phone solutions and applications.

In addition, it will manage the localization of mobile phones and related services for its operator customers across the regions, said Motorola, in a media statement. The center is supported by about 100 engineers, over half of whom are new hires, working on product design and localization, technical support, product and program management, and software development.

Said S.T. Liew, Motorola's director of customer solutions center for high growth markets: "With a combined population of over 2 billion people, the high growth markets present tremendous growth opportunities for Motorola…Singapore's strategic location, ideal talent pool and track record allow us to be able to support the huge footprint of high growth markets."

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