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RDM acquires Asian operation as part of global expansion strategy

Resource Data Management has acquired RDM Asia, headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, as part of its global growth strategy.

 Acquired from Malaysian company AWC, the business now becomes part of RDM Group.

This latest acquisition follows the purchase by RDM of Taiwan manufacturer FYC in 2008 and Indian software company Resorsys (renamed RDM India) in 2009, and the successful opening of RDM’s US office in 2012.

This latest acquisition follows the purchase by RDM of Taiwan manufacturer FYC in 2008 and Indian software company Resorsys (renamed RDM India) in 2009, and the successful opening of RDM’s US office in 2012.

Andrew Chandler said: “Asia is a key growth market in the global economy, and we see huge opportunities in the HVAC and BMS sector. RDM Asia has already achieved tremendous success with ‘early adopters’ looking for alternatives to current systems that are cost-effective and proven to deliver.

“We will be building on this excellent start, and rolling out a strategic growth plan with aggressive customer acquisition targets, and expanded sales and support teams on the ground.”

One high profile project involves providing a full control and building management solution for Malaysia’s prestigious Technology Park development. Covering all building services plant, security and lighting throughout the complex, it is based on RDM’s flagship platform, the Data Manager.

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