Topo Solutions expands in Hong Kong to meet rising demand

Topo Solutions Hong Kong office. Photo: Topo Solutions

Hong Kong-headquartered software as a service (SaaS) provider Topo Solutions has expanded its available office space in Hong Kong’s Central Business District Two.

It has been at that location for over a year, though it has been in business for a decade.

It required the additional space to benefit from a recruitment drive intended to meet growing post-Covid demand among companies looking, it said, to “digitise their supply chain management”.

The economic downturn has been amongst the drivers for companies looking to digitise, as they seek to become more efficient and focus on cost saving, Topo believes.

Tobias Grabler, Topo’s chief operating officer, observed: “We enjoyed a strong 2022 with significant growth, more than doubling the size of our team, which has enabled us to push ahead with our purpose of making supply chain management more user friendly, efficient, collaborative, data-driven and sustainable.”

The expansion in Hong Kong complements growth abroad. In September, the business opened its first US base – in Los Angeles, headed by Topo founder Benjamin Eberle.

Topo’s cloud-based platform is designed to facilitate remote collaboration and automation of workflows between retailers, brands, their suppliers and service providers.

The solution covers a product’s ‘end-to-end journey from sourcing, product development, ordering, and production, to quality, compliance, and sustainability management’.

 

 

 

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