Communications surveillance platform VoxSmart has opened an office in Queenstown New Zealand to support its presence in the APAC region.
The RegTech company feels Queenstown is the perfect place for its latest office due to the investment the city has put into its new innovation hub.
VoxSmart COO Adrienne Muir will head the office.
Muir said, “With New Zealand fast becoming a hotspot for tech innovation, and Australia on our doorstep, it makes sense for us to be serving our clients locally on the ground. Having our team dispersed in Singapore, Melbourne and now New Zealand is fantastic for our growing number of clients in APAC.
“As the region enters a period of tech revolution, our job is to ensure clients have direct access to our expertise as and when they need it.”
The company already has employees dotted across the APAC region, including ones in Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
VoxSmart provides firms with the tools to monitor communications, whether it is written or spoken, and help meet various regulatory requirements.
The company recently secured a $25m investment from Toscafund, which was raised to support its expansion in North America and other emerging markets.
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