More NewsNetGravity Opens Hong Kong Office

NetGravity Opens Hong Kong Office

Ad software company NetGravity saidit is expanding its presence in the Asia Pacific market with more than 25 newcustomers and a new office in Hong Kong.

Ad software company NetGravity said it is expanding its presence in the Asia Pacific market with more than 25 new customers and a new office in Hong Kong.

New NetGravity Asia Pacific customers include Dentsu, the largest advertising agency in Japan; Sysware, a Taiwan technology reseller and owner of search engine www.kimo.com.tw; Telecom New Zealand, an online shopping center; and Telstra Ltd., provider of online resources from Australia’s telecommunications carrier.

NetGravity said the new Hong Kong office will support the existing Tokyo office in providing AdServer sales, support and consulting to customers in Australia, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand and Taiwan. NetGravity AdServer also provides internationalized ad performance reports, including support for double-byte character reports and multiple international date formats.

“We believe in the Internet business in Asia Pacific and have responded to an incredible demand for reliable, standardized online marketing solutions throughout the region,” said Doug Kaplan, vice president, general manager of NetGravity Asia.

Other Asia Pacific customers include: News Interactive; Alam Teknokrat; Asahi Shimbun; China Internet Corp.; China Telecom; China Times; Commercial Dynamics Pty Ltd; John Fairfax Group; Fujian P&T; Fujitsu; HiNet; Hitachi Business International; Hong Kong Telecom; Mainichi Communications; NEC; Nihon Keizai Shimbun; Nikkei BP; NTT Kansai; NTT Navi Space; Asiad Corp. and Singapore Telecom.

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