Offshore software company Neusoft has opened another software park at the Dalian High-tech Industrial Zone to expand its operations and accelerate its globalization process.
Dr. Liu Jiren, Neusoft's chairman and CEO, said that the concept and construction of the new park is based on Neusoft's future strategy and business growth. As economic globalization deepens and Asian economy grows, more and more global, software and service outsourcing businesses are shifting into Asia. China is becoming another important offshore outsourcing destination, rising as a major force in the future global market. Neusoft plans to improve its international revenue percentage from current 30% to 50% in the coming 3 to 5 years.
This facility, the second of its kind invested in by Neusoft in Dalian, may house 10,000 engineers and will become, combined with the previous one, a software and service global delivery center to facilitate its fast-growing offshore-outsourcing operations. Positioned to offer IT outsourcing and BPO services to Europe, America, Japan, and Korea, the new park will also include Neusoft's three industry solution business units for telecom, electric power, and finance, as well as its car electronics research center and leadership development center.
In a statement, Neusoft says it will engage itself in building the park into the largest offshore outsourcing base for the Japanese market in China and a leading embedded software outsourcing development center around the world. Neusoft plans to open the park to more of its global partners with more industry-specific offerings, aiming to create an ecological industrial environment where it may share resources with its international partners for mutual growth.