An internal shot of the Tokio-Marine building in Singapore, provided by Stratacache.

Dayton’s Stratacache sets up Singapore Asian HQ

Dayton-based digital technology company Stratacache is opening an Asia-Pacific regional headquarters in Singapore, the company announced Monday.

“The new 3,100-square-foot office will allow Stratacache to centralize operations and support for sales, marketing, development, services and customer support in the expansive region,” the company said in a release.

A designer and maker of digital signs and monitors for retail, restaurants and elsewhere, Stratacache said it is experiencing “rapid growth throughout the region.”

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The company said it leads the industry in “bringing shopper and audience engagement solutions to market.”

All offices will report to Manish Kumar, Stratacache managing director and senior vice president of Asia­Pacific Operations.

The company said it has “undergone a significant staff increase, to support corporate growth globally, including the acquisition and re-branding of an all-in-one intelligent computing and tablet device company, Scala China. Scala is the lead brand for the Stratacache family of companies in the Asia-Pacific region.”

“Scala has built significant brand recognition as the flagship digital signage platform in the region, and there is significant potential for further growth in 2019 — by providing our clients in Asia­Pacific with intelligent marketing technology solutions found across the Stratacache family,” Chris Riegel, the company’s chief executive, said in the statement. “By moving the regional center of gravity to Singapore, we are streamlining operations and ensuring we’re better serving our customers.”

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Stratacache has some 350 employees in the Dayton region, with about 250 working within Dayton city limits.

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