Orientations, Inc. Becomes Relo Network Asia

Retiring the Orientation's name, the company unites under the Relo Network Asia brand.
By: Relo Network Asia
CHICAGO - Sept. 2, 2019 - PRLog -- Orientations, Inc., a provider of destination and immigration services across 17 countries in Asia, has officially changed its name to Relo Network Asia.  The move concludes an integration strategy between the USA and Asia-based locations that began with the 2016 group acquisition by Japan-based H&R Group (the parent company of DSP services company, Relo Japan)

Orientations formed in 1981 to assist the growing number of employees sent to Asia by western companies.  That was when traditional shophouses still lined the Singapore River, Shanghai was smaller than Chicago and global communications revolved around fax machines, not the not-yet-invented internet.

"We continue to build on the company's legacy of service, but we wanted a name that better represents the company and the Region as they both exist today," states Steve Burson, CEO, "We've grown beyond local orientations and invested in technology, expanded physical presence and assembled an impressive team of mobility professionals."

Over the past three years, Relo Network Asia has integrated operations to better support its award-winning service team through an expanded infrastructure that incorporates the perfect balance of physical offices, back-end systems, and data security.  Designed to scale, the company is well positioned to manage its growing volume of business while ensuring service quality and flexibility of programs to meet the global mobility challenges of today and tomorrow.

Sharon E. Michnay

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