Mitrefinch Group look to Singapore for growth

Mitrefinch Group, a leader in the development of intelligent workforce management solutions, is looking to expand operations to Asia, having already successfully established their business in the UK, Ireland, North America, Canada and Australia.
Oct. 10, 2010 - PRLog -- Mitrefinch has identified Singapore as a key market in the Asia Pacific region. Situated at the crossroads of international trade routes, Singapore provides easy access to other Asian markets as well as proximity to Mitrefinch’s current operations in Australia.

“As one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and with a population estimated to double within the next 10 years, Singapore makes for an attractive potential new market for Mitrefinch”, said Andrew Simpson, Mitrefinch Executive Chairman, following a recent trip to Southeast Asia.

“Additionally, free trade agreements with Australia, excellent infrastructure, competitive rates of business tax, along with a host of other Government incentives, are all further benefits to doing business there”.

Mitrefinch aims to provide leading organisations in Southeast Asia with innovative workforce management solutions, enabling them to transform their business through improved productivity and reduced payroll costs.

The international experience the company has acquired by working with global clients like GlaxoSmithKline, TNT, DB Schenker Logistic, Akzo Nobel and British Airways will significantly benefit new clients across the Asia Pacific region.

Mitrefinch Group is currently evaluating partnership opportunities as well as options to operate autonomously from Singapore.

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Mitrefinch is a leader in the development of intelligent Employee Management and Time and Attendance solutions. We strive to enable organisations to better measure, analyse and manage employees' working time, and deploy human resources more effectively.
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