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​Kiwi managed services provider takes Asia plunge with new Hong Kong office

​Kiwi managed services provider takes Asia plunge with new Hong Kong office

“This is an exciting step for Liverton as our services are being sought out by international businesses."

Cyberport complex in Hong Kong

Cyberport complex in Hong Kong

New Zealand managed services provider Liverton Technology Group has opened a new office in the Cyberport complex in Hong Kong, as the company continues its expansion across the region.

According to the Wellington-based firm, the Hong Kong office will serve as a base to support Liverton’s rapidly growing Asian customer base following “strong demand” for Liverton’s SmartCheck check in/out hotel kiosks throughout Asia and Macau.

“This is an exciting step for Liverton as our services are being sought out by international businesses,” says Justin De Lille, CEO, Liverton.

“Having a base at Cyberport was a natural fit for Liverton to help drive sales activity alongside providing local support to our customers.”

De Lille says Cyberport is a purpose built innovation and technology hub with over 90,000 m2 of office space located in Telegraph Bay, Hong Kong.

Cyberport complex in Hong Kong
Cyberport complex in Hong Kong

In hosting some of Asia’s most exciting technology start-up companies with over 660 members, the Cyberport Community is home to leading brands including Microsoft, IBM, Fedex and Lenovo, and is partially funded and supported by the Hong Kong government.

De Lille says New Zealand Trade and Enterprise Hong Kong are supporting Liverton with its market expansion, assisting the company during its initial setting up phase.


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