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Etiya Extends Its Global Presence with New Asia-Pacific Base

The expansion reflects the growing traction of Etiya's product solutions

Etiya, a leading supplier of enterprise software to telecoms operators, media companies, utilities and information service providers with headquarters in Istanbul today announced an extension of its global reach with the launch of a new office in Singapore.

The expansion reflects the growing traction of Etiya's product solutions with tier one telecoms carriers and operators, including Turkey's largest telecommunications service provider Turk Telekom. Etiya's solution portfolio includes Telaura CRM Suite, Questus Customer Complaint Management system, and Somemto, the Social Media Management Tool.

Etiya also announced that Pramod Zachariah, who has extensive experience of working with Asian telecoms operators, has been appointed Vice President, APAC, and will head the company's Singapore office. Mr. Zachariah joins the Etiya team with a remit to design high quality, optimized and value-added solutions for the specific needs of Asia Pacific carriers. He will be aligning Etiya's strategies and solutions with market demand in the region.

"This is such an exciting time to be launching Etiya in Singapore," said Aslan Dogan, Etiya's Chief Business Development Officer. "We already have a large number of contacts in the region requesting more value-added solutions. As a company with a history of growth and ambition, establishing a base in Singapore is a natural next step that will help bring our technology and transformational solutions to Asia."

About Etiya:
Founded in 2004, Etiya is a leading next generation order, product and catalog management solution provider. Etiya designs, develops, and implements Business and Operation Support Systems (BSS/OSS) and conducts large-scale systems integration. Since its foundation, Etiya has also become a leading supplier of CRM systems. Etiya's transformational products are certified with the TM Forum Frameworx, which means they are industry tested, open, and future proof. The TM Forum has twice nominated Etiya's implementations for the prestigious "Solutions Excellence" awards - in 2012 and in 2013.

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