Exciting times for Ideagen in India and Malaysia
Ideagen colleagues in India and Malaysia are enjoying working in new state-of the art facilities, as part of a £2.5m investment in growing our global support for regulated and high-compliance industries.
The two offices officially opened in Kuala Lumpur on 17 May and Hyderabad the following day (18 May) with Ideagen CEO, Ben Dorks joining both celebrations with local teams.
Speaking about the investment, Ben Dorks said: “Our operations in both Malaysia and India play an important role in helping to support the safe hands and trusted voices that protect the world. This investment in our people supports the continued development of our software solutions and growth plans, providing employees with a first-class working environment. It’s important our people have the best facilities with the best equipment and tools available to them.”
Ling Poh Teng, Head of Development and Operations for Ideagen in Malaysia echoed Ben’s comments at the Kuala Lumpur opening: “It’s a fantastic modern office set-up for our growing team and will help us attract the best talent while positioning us well for the future. Our team will love working here!”
Ashish Mohanty, Head of Ideagen’s India Operation said: “It’s an exciting time for the team to move into these offices. This investment demonstrates Ideagen’s commitment to growth in India, while also making the employees here feel supported and valued. It will serve us very well as we grow.”
With offices across the world in the UK, US, Australia, the UAE and Bulgaria as well as India and Malaysia Ideagen provides world-class innovative safety, regulatory and compliance software solutions to over 11,400 companies and organisations globally – including more than 900 hospitals and health care facilities, around 1,100 aviation, aerospace and defence organisations, more than 1,000 government agencies, 15 of the top 20 global pharmaceutical companies and two thirds of the leading global food and drink companies.
Some photographs from our celebrations in Malaysia and India