HighJump Software expands in Asia with development center in Shanghai
HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced today it has established an office in Shanghai, China to support development of its entire product suite.
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HighJump Software, a global provider of supply chain management software, announced today it has established an office in Shanghai, China to support development of its entire product suite. The Shanghai office will add incremental development capacity to support HighJump Software’s distribution and logistics, direct store delivery and EDI solutions product development efforts. The new office augments existing development centers in the United States and Canada.
“We are excited to continue investing across all of our product suites,” said Russell Fleischer, CEO, HighJump Software. “Adding resources in Shanghai will enable us to continue growing and in many cases accelerate our product development initiatives. This investment will ensure we stay on-track with our long-term product roadmaps.”
HighJump Software has many customers in Asia, and the Shanghai office will provide an “on the ground” presence for the region. Shanghai was selected because its high concentration of excellent engineering universities as well as its depth and breadth of high quality product development talent.
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