Qualtrics has announced a data center for Singapore. The announcement is a part of the company’s investment plans to grow its local team by 50% during 2021. This will address the company’s increasing demand for its technologies across the region.
Through this development, Qualtrics is looking to improve four core experiences of business, including customer, employee, brand, and product – across Southeast Asia. This will also ensure that governments and organizations across the region are able to comply with data sovereignty and security requirements when leveraging the power of the Qualtrics Experience Management Platform™.
“Using the Qualtrics Experience Management Platform, organisations have the insights and ability they need to quickly take action with confidence. This is a critical advantage in rapidly changing environments, helping businesses achieve market differentiation by resolving and capitalising on new and emerging opportunities,” said Mao Gen Foo, Head of Southeast Asia, Qualtrics.
Qualtrics has grown rapidly since launching in Asia-Pacific and Japan. The opening of the new data center will be a great forward step for the company to meet the growing demand of the XM platform. The company has data centers covering the Americas, Europe and the Middle East, and Asia Pacific and Japan.
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