Rally set to open office in Singapore
Last Updated: 15:27 September 10, 2013
The Boulder-based company said in a press release that the move is part of a plan to serve a global customer base and make its products and services more accessible to customers in the Asia-Pacific region, where it also opened an office in Australia last year.
Bryan Tan, hired recently as regional vice president for Asia, will manage the Singapore office. A company spokeswoman said two employees from Rally’s Boulder headquarters also would be relocating to the Singapore office. The company has one job opening for the Singapore office posted on its website.
Rally has several locations worldwide, including Boulder; Denver; Raleigh, North Carolina; Kirkland, Washington; London, Amsterdam, Finland, Australia and Singapore.
“In the past year, we’ve been pleased to witness the growing demand large enterprise companies in Asia have expressed for Agile software development solutions and services,” Rally chief executive Tim Miller said. “Rally’s expansion in Asia-Pacific and other high-growth international markets will help customers worldwide improve the software that runs their businesses.”
Rally last week reported record revenues for its fiscal quarter that ended July 31, pulling in $19.8 million. A net loss of $2.3 million for the quarter was reported as the company continues to invest in future growth.
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