Building on its recent global growth, LogMeIn, a provider of cloud services for data and devices, has opened an office in India. Based in Bangalore, the newly incorporated LogMeIn India expands LogMeIn’s presence in Asia and the Asia Pacific region, complementing the recently announced operations in Tokyo, Japan, as well as LogMeIn’s Asia Pacific headquarters in Sydney, Australia.
“India has become an international hub for customer care and technology services, markets that we believe are well suited for our offerings,” said Michael Simon, LogMeIn’s CEO. “Early efforts at investing in the India have helped to secure some of our largest and most active customers, including some of the world’s leading IT services companies. By establishing a local presence, we believe we can build on this successful foundation while better servicing our growing Indian customer base.”
LogMeIn offers essential cloud services for businesses and individuals, including customer care, device management, remote access, collaboration, and large scale data access, aggregation, sharing and publishing. These services range from the company’s free remote access software to the top grossing 3rd party iPad app of 2010 to a drop dead simple online meeting and screen sharing service to a state-of-the-art helpdesk solution used by more than a dozen of the world’s largest mobile operators and businesses to troubleshoot smartphones, tablets, and computers anywhere in the world.
LogMeIn India complements LogMeIn’s Asian operations in Japan (Tokyo) and Australia, (Sydney), North American operations in the United States (Woburn, Massachusetts), and European operations in the Netherlands (Amsterdam), the UK (London) and Hungary (Budapest and Szeged).