Arkadin, a provider of audio and web conferencing services specialising in remote collaboration services, has announced its expansion into South Korea with the deployment of its new conferencing and collaboration platform in Seoul. With this expansion, Arkadin has direct presence in 9 countries across Asia Pacific.
Serge Genetet, executive vice president-managing director of Asia Pacific, said: “We recognised the demand for global integrated collaborative services and the importance of meeting the requirements of our local customers. Our expanded footprint delivers significant value to both our global and regional customers and helps create a competitive differentiator for Arkadin.”
Arkadin Korea will be headed by newly appointed sales director Daniel Suk and he will be supported by a team consisting of sales, client care and IT and operation organisation.
Daniel Suk, said: “This is a key strategic milestone in our long term goal to become Asia Pacific preeminent conferencing and collaboration service provider. Given the very successful expansion track record of Arkadin, we are determined to do everything necessary to become a top market player in South Korea by being innovative in our solutions and focusing on our customer’s needs.”