The company has a market presence in China.
US-based data analytics firm TigerGraph announced that it will soon be opening offices in Singapore and Indonesia.
This comes at the heels of TigerGraph’s recent announcement of raising $105m in a series C funding, the company’s largest funding round to date, led by Tiger Global. This brings the firm's total funding to over $170m.
According to TigerGraph's chief operating offiicer Todd Blaschka, the company sees increased regional demand in Asia Pacific as the digital economy continues to grow.
“To tap this potential and to better serve our customers in the region, we will be opening offices in Singapore and in Indonesia. TigerGraph’s initiatives in Asia will be led by Joseph (Joe) Lee, an enterprise software sales and business veteran, as Vice President, Asia Pacific and Japan. We are expanding at the speed of business and are actively hiring for key positions in Asia,” Blaschka said.
The company will use the funding for product innovation and development to better support its customers, including TigerGraph Cloud on Google Cloud Platform that will be available in March, plus further multi-region support on AWS and Azure. The firm is also expanding its global reach with local support in Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. The company will scale up with additional hiring in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific to meet increased product demand.
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