System Union sets up regional R&D center

Systems Union sets up regional R&D centre enabling centralised system support and new product developments.
Written by ZDNet Staff, Contributor

SINGAPORE - Systems Union, a subsidiary of the Systems Union Group, a financial and business software provider, announced today the establishment of its new Asia Pacific Research and Development Centre (AP R&D) in Singapore.

This centre serves to enhance its support services to its regional offices and act as a launchpad for future technical and web initiatives.

The AP R&D centre has the capacity to support multi-lingual versions of SunSystems and strategic platforms - such as NT SQL, HP, IBM, Sun and Oracle - and will concentrate on developing its e-business solutions and web applications capabilities.

It currently has three technical developers from the United Kingdom and Australia and this number is expected to increase to eight by the end of the year.

Mr Ken Teagle, Asia Pacific Regional Support Manager is confident that his consultants' technical expertise will enable them to have a speedy and competent development and integration of all applications.

Systems Union Group develops and distributes the SunSystems range of financial and business solution in 187 countries through its 26 international sales offices.

In the Asia Pacific region, there are seven sales offices - comprising Singapore, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Auckland - and 74 channel partners to provide pre and post-sales support that include installation, implementation and training.

About Systems Union Group
Systems Union Group is a provider of end-to-end e-commerce solutions that include web applications, XML-enabled financial management and business software, support and services for private and public sector organisations.

Its flagship and business client/server solution - SunSystems - is available in 27 languages and operates on Microsoft Windows NT/Windows 2000 with SQL Server, MSDE or Oracle, UNIX with Oracle, and Novell Netware with Oracle. Currently, it has over 65,000 customer sites in 187 customers.

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