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Shenzhen Stock Exchange-listed iFLYTEK launches regional headquarters in Singapore

Ashley Lo
Ashley Lo • 2 min read
Shenzhen Stock Exchange-listed iFLYTEK launches regional headquarters in Singapore
Since its establishment in 2010, iFLYTEK Open Platform has been integrated into 591 AI technologies and solutions. Photo: iFLYTEK
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Shenzhen Stock Exchange-listed artificial intelligence (AI) and speech technology provider iFLYTEK has launched its new regional headquarters at Suntec City, Singapore, serving as its regional hub for operations within the Southeast Asian region.

The region holds strategic importance for the company’s expansion efforts, says Liu Qingfeng, chairman of iFLYTEK.

He explains that the focus of the company’s strategy in Singapore is to foster more partnerships and collaborations with the finance, education and government sectors. Meanwhile, its focus in Thailand is to prioritise initiatives related to tourism, media and social engagement. 

“Eventually, we will be establishing more local offices and teams within the respective Southeast Asian countries to provide better local support for our clients and facilitate deeper integration within the iFLYTEK ecosystem,” Liu adds.

Since its establishment in 2010, iFLYTEK Open Platform has been integrated into 591 AI technologies and solutions, covering 3.48 billion terminals and has successfully partnered with 5 million establishments globally.

The company has established various partnerships since the launch of an iFLYTEK Open Platform Global Station in Singapore. “With our considerable experience and expertise in providing AI solutions in China and globally, we see strong potential to boost the adoption of AI business solutions in Singapore and its region,” says William Zhou, vice president, iFLYTEK, Open Platform BG.

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“Especially with the Singapore government recognising the importance of AI adoption to drive economic growth, there is clearly a limitless potential of opportunities for us to come in and support businesses and consumers that are quickly turning towards the future of technology,” adds Zhou. 

 

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