Cube System secures Asia’s system solution service needs
IT company serves finance, distribution, telecommunications and manufacturing industries
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Information technology (IT) has revolutionised the way the world does business. From manufacturing to distribution, industries are employing the internet of things and Industry 4.0 – from omnichannel to financial technology, cloud-based services and other digital applications that optimise productivity and reduce costs. The result is a burgeoning multibillion-dollar market for digital solutions in commerce, with Asia-Pacific forecast to lead in growth in an industry valued at more than US$8 billion by 2020.
With more than 40 years of IT expertise serving the finance, distribution, telecommunications and manufacturing industries, Cube System is poised to benefit from Asia’s rising demand for system solution services.
Specialising in system integration, system outsourcing, system consulting, software development, infrastructure development and database management, the company is present in Asia-Pacific through a joint venture in China and a subsidiary in Vietnam, the seat of its Southeast Asian operations.
“We deliver total system solutions, and one of our strengths is our steady growth because of our long-term relationships with the industries we cater to,” says Osamu Sakiyama, president. “Our objective is to actively invest in new technology and target the increasing market size of the finance and distribution industries, which are going to grow globally.”
Experiencing incremental growth and reporting a high turnover of HK$866 million last year, Cube System has a competitive advantage that lies in its ability to develop reliable solutions by creating added value to realise clients’ IT strategies.
As part of its Asian expansion plans, Cube System invites IT partners in China experienced with navigating through the market’s communication and regulatory challenges. The company is also committed to match its global customer needs by educating engineers. By doing so, the company creates customer satisfaction.
“The globalisation of IT will increase in the future,” Sakiyama says. “We want to be part of that growth by providing fresh business models that are high in productivity and quality.”