Stonehenge Expands Operations in Asian-Pacific, Targets CSPs and Telecom Operators for Growth


Stonehenge Telecom Holdings, Inc. (“Stonehenge”) has expanded its presence in the Asia Pacific Region with the opening of a new sales and operations facility in Singapore.

The company is also participating at CommunicAsia 2015 in Singapore where it is set to showcase its next generation solutions targeted towards the CSPs, and telecom operator community.

This new facility will centralize local operations and serve as an important incubator of growth in the Region. “Encouraged by innovation and economic growth, Singapore continues to be the epicenter of technological advancements and is one of the most foreign-trade friendly markets in Asia; the perfect recipe for our corporate success in the market,” said Stonehenge’s Chief Marketing Officer Jerrad P. Jasper.

The office will be managed by Bert Procee, Vice President of Stonehenge’s Technology Services Group-APAC. Procee has been working from Stonehenge’s Bangkok, Thailand office and has been overseeing the area for the company since 2010. \”Over the past three years, Stonehenge has been very successful in achieving a number of major milestones within our strategic roadmap and this newly opened office is expected to have immediate impact on our ability to serve our local clients and expand our technology footprint in this highly strategic area of the world.,” said Patrick C. Willemsen, CEO. Stonehenge Telecom Holdings, Inc.

Stonehenge Telecom is a U.S. based Technology Holding Company with operating units in Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin America. The company’s primary clients are Telecom Carriers, Mobile Operators, System/Network Integrators, Financial Institutions and Large Enterprises. Utilizing our proprietary technology and carrier-grade software products, it is providing niche-specific solutions for Mobile Network Operators and Financial/Banking Organizations seeking to deploy mobile banking and payment solutions, multimedia products, and various other value-added services (VAS) available through the mobile network and handheld device.

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