Incognito Software Systems Expands Business Across Asia Pacific Region

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New Manila Office and Participation in British Columbia Trade Mission Help Optimize Company's Presence in the Philippines

Incognito Software Systems, a global provider of solutions for communication service providers, today announced the opening of a Manila, Philippines, office in an effort to drive business expansion, and assist with customer implementation and optimization across Asia. Due to the company’s long-term business interest in the region, Incognito president and CEO Stephane Bourque joined a contingent of British Columbia business leaders for a trade mission to support business relationships with new markets in the Philippines. Mr. Bourque accompanied the leader of the coalition, B.C. Premier Christy Clark, for several events with Philippines business leaders during the two-day stop from May 26-27.

Manila is home to Incognito’s headquarters in the Philippines serving as a strategic hub to provide expert knowledge and consultation during live implementation to help service providers deliver projects on a timely basis and inline with their business needs. It is one of several locations the B.C. trade coalition has selected as part of a series of receptions, seminars and relationship-brokering business-to-business events to promote the province’s business initiatives. Incognito’s presence as a B.C. technology and innovation leader with strong interests in continuing to expand throughout Asia Pacific matches the coalition’s goals encouraging business relations throughout Asia.

“Serving as a representative of the province of British Columbia in this trade mission is quite an honor, and the opening of our new office in Manila is a concrete example of the opportunity that B.C.-based businesses have here to foster new and grow existing relationships,” said Mr. Bourque. “For Incognito, that means a focused, regional office our Asia Pacific customers can truly rely on that houses implementation project teams to support business expansion, provides knowledge and consultation, and ensures customers optimize their investments in our solutions.”

An increased focus on the Asia Pacific region has been a priority for Incognito. In March, the company announced that Guangdong Provincial CATV and Chongqing CATV, two Chinese cable and high-speed data providers with a combined 21 million subscribers, selected the Incognito Auto Configuration Server to meet the demands of their increasingly technologically advanced subscribers and bring new services like IPTV and WiFi to market.

About Incognito Software Systems
Incognito Software Systems is a global provider of broadband device provisioning, IP address management, bandwidth monitoring, and service activation solutions that help monetize IP-based subscriber and commercial services. Broadband operators of all sizes worldwide – including half of the top ten cable operators in the United States – use our products to quickly and cost-effectively deploy high-reliability data, voice, and video networks. More than 160 million subscribers are currently being provisioned by solutions from Incognito Software Systems, which is recognized for its top-rated, carrier-grade software, superior customer support, and relationships with leading software and hardware vendors. The company is owned by Volaris Group, an operating group of Toronto-based software and services provider Constellation Software Inc. For more information, please visit http://www.incognito.com or follow us on Twitter at @incognito_sfwr.

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