itb-au logo
Story image

UST Global expands presence with new Singapore office

UST Global has announced the expansion of its new Singapore office as part of the company's ongoing initiative to deliver solutions in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region. 

The company currently has more than 35 offices across 25 countries including USA, India, Mexico, UK, Malaysia, Philippines, Spain and Poland.

The new space in Singapore nearly doubles the footprint of the previous Singapore-based office, and is located strategically at Beach Road, on The Concourse Tower.

The new center will enable the company to expand its base in Asia and get closer to its growing pool of institutional investors. The center houses a high-tech Security Operations Center for its Cyber Security Practice (SOC) and a Talent Development Center (TDC).

The company says its increased presence in Singapore solidifies its commitment to 'Transforming Lives' and specifically plans to leverage local Singapore talent in addition to providing opportunities for recent University graduates and IT experts keen on developing their technology skills. 

With a focus on delivering cutting edge technologies, UST Global will add another 100+ local jobs over the next three years to its already substantial presence in the global financial center.

"After an outstanding month driven by a series of acquisitions and investments, we are excited about UST Global's expansion in Singapore," says Krishna Sudheendra, chief executive officer, UST Global. 

"Our vision here is to create an autonomous world for everyone. Singapore is a lodestone for world-class talent and innovation, and a strategic base that we are eager to harness in," she says. 

"With continuous expansions, we will offer our clients world-class digital and technology solutions as we maximize local talent and increase customer value. 

"We have been performance driven by staying true to our mission and values to create continuous growth and global social impact," Sudheendra says.

Story image
Organisations struggling to realise full business value from cloud investments
“Our study shows a surprisingly small two-year improvement in returns on corporate cloud initiatives, suggesting that a more thoughtful and holistic approach is needed to fully unlock the value of cloud.”More
Link image
On 10 December, find out how data centers will fare in the face of climate change
From pandemic disruption to the urgency to address climate change, data center development in Asia Pacific needs to remain resilient and sustainable. On 10 December, join this webinar to learn about viable solutions data center operators can use to overcome environmental challenges. Register now.More
Story image
Video management firm Panopto launches A/NZ data centre
The data centre, based in Sydney, provides local cloud-based video hosting for enterprise and higher education customers.More
Story image
Businesses struggling to achieve cloud migration in wake of COVID-19
Cloud adoption has increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but businesses are struggling to meet their cost and performance needs due to migration challenges, new research finds.More
Story image
Pure expands as-a-service offerings with focus on transparency
It aims to provide the economic benefits of cloud, along with those of Evergreen architecture including non-disruptive expansions and maintenance. More
Link image
Not all cloud comms solutions are created equal: How to tell good from bad
Not choosing a 'true' cloud solution exposes organisations to a host of problems, including low call quality, reliability issues, additional costs, and even security concerns.More