LDRA celebrates ten years in South East Asia
LDRA has celebrated the ten-year anniversary of LDRA South East Asia (SEA) this month. In 2010, the company opened the SEA office to help local and global companies comply with international safety and security process standards across industries such as aerospace & defence, nuclear, rail and education.
Over the ten years, LDRA SEA has continued to grow and currently serves companies headquartered in 12 different countries. With customer count continuing to multiply, LDRA SEA has become a cornerstone of LDRA’s growth.
“South East Asia has proven to be our fastest growing market, with local and global companies alike realising the benefits automating code analysis and software testing offers in their quest to comply with international standards,” said Shinto Joseph, Director – SEA Operations, LDRA. “Over the years, our vibrant, multi-cultural team has become even more passionate and committed to helping these companies meet the challenges they face in the fast-paced embedded technology environment. It’s a true partnership that greatly contributes to our growth and theirs.”
From inception, the LDRA SEA office has extended LDRA’s expertise of developing a culture of practicing safe and secure embedded software development from the concept phase to deployment. Backed by a strong technical workforce, products, and specialised services, LDRA’s core value continues to exceed customer expectation.
“During the last 10 years, LDRA SEA has expanded our core competencies by deepening our technological roots and driving new capabilities and innovations for customers and partners,” added Ian Hennell, LDRA Operations Director. “The team’s efforts in developing additional security and safety features have strengthened our position as one of the most trusted technology companies and helped secure long-lasting relationships throughout the world.”
To mark a decade of operations in India, LDRA will continue its focus on skill and ecosystem development programs with virtual activities centred on building safe and secure designs for industry, academia, government, MSMEs and start-ups.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the sixth edition of the Embedded Safety & Security Summit (ESSS) in Bengaluru has been postponed to July 2021. Organised by LDRA and partner organisations, this international summit is an initiative that sheds light on the growing significance of implementing safe and secure practices and technologies in embedded systems.