Arden Software is expanding its operations in Asia.
The leading packaging software firm has relocated its Asian-arm of the business from its former office site in Delhi, India, to a much larger office complex in Hyderabad, India, marking the next stage of the company’s global expansion plans.
Arden Software, which has its UK head-office in Greater Manchester, specialises in CAD and CAM software for the print and packaging sector, with its Impact packaging design software used all over the world.
Arden launched its Asian division - Arden Software Asia Pacific (ASAP) – back in 2015, in response to the growing demand in Asia for its packaging design software solutions.
After originally starting with a team of just two working from home, the new office in Hyderabad now employs 14 people working in sales, technical services and research and development, with plans to further expand the team.
Manish Bhaksar, Managing Director of Arden Software Asia Pacific, said: “Since we launched back in 2015, we’ve experienced rapid growth with Impact licences now sold in almost every country in Asia, and relocating to this new site in Hyderabad marks the next exciting chapter for our business.
“The new, contemporary office space better meets the needs of our customers, resellers and growing workforce, and will also enable us to provide bespoke training with first-class facilities for our customers and partners.”
Matthew Hewitt, Business Development Director at Arden Software, added: “We work with thousands of customers across the world and the Asia Pacific region represents one of our fastest growing markets, where we’ve seen huge demand for our packaging design software and solutions, particularly amongst die-makers.
“This new site will enable us to expand our Asian operations and further accelerate our growth strategy, cementing our position as a global player in the packaging sector.”
Arden Software, which was established in 1988, now employs more than 60 people around the world and has offices in Greater Manchester, Denmark, Germany, India and the USA.