JDX Singapore office moves to the heart of the financial hub

          October 21, 2019

          JDX is proud to announce the relocation of its Singapore office to its new premises at the heart of the financial hub in One Raffles Place, 1 Raffles Place #44-01, Singapore 048616.

          Since its Asia inception in 2016, JDX has rapidly expanded its presence in Asia Pacific, providing solutions for its clients across sectors in managed services, change, remediation and advisory. From its small and humble beginnings of 4 core members, JDX APAC has grown substantially to a team consisting of over 65 people today.

           “We are excited to announce the relocation of our APAC headquarters and begin a new chapter in the JDX story. The new space we are moving into will be a great step for the business, and we look forward to growth across the region,” says Richard Mitcham, JDX Head of APAC. “We remain committed to developing and incorporate fresh talent and provide an exciting environment for our JDXers.” 

          The move to the 2000 sq. ft office at One Raffles Place is expected to fuel the growth of JDX in APAC. The firm is aiming to bolster its business in the region, with an eye on broadening its managed and on-site hosting services. The enhanced operational capacity and efficiencies afforded by the larger office will assist JDX in delivering bespoke solutions and keep pace with our current and future clients’ needs. The new headquarters features 4 rooms, as well as a dedicated pantry and a recreational space for its JDXers.

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