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New CEO targets Asia growth at NetGain Systems

New CEO targets Asia growth at NetGain Systems

IT monitoring and protection business revamps executive team

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NetGain Systems has appointed James Chia as new CEO as the IT monitoring and protection provider targets growth across the region.

Effective immediately, the move sees founder Toh Soon Seah assume the position of CTO, backed by a new Singapore office and a commitment to recruit within sales, operations and research and development (R&D).

The new executive team is tasked with enhancing product technology offerings to include artificial intelligence (AI) for IT operations.

Chia has more than 25 years of experience in sales and leadership position, following roles at Cisco, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Arista, spanning markets in Singapore, China and Vietnam.

“The company has a great culture and a strong team in place and has seen solid growth in recent years,” Chia said. “I believe in hiring the best talent, nurturing them, and giving them the room to grow. With the right attributes, I am confident that we will grow to even greater heights.”

NetGain Systems specialises in IT monitoring and protection business, with offices across Asia Pacific.

“With James’ impressive leadership experience and business acumen, we are able to have a dedicated focus on our two core pillars as James leads in business and I lead in technology,” said Toh Soon Seah.

“NetGain Systems will experience tremendous growth because of major leaps that we will achieve in product and business. I look forward to this partnership with James to bring us to the next level.”

Soon Seah said new plans in the technology pipeline include the introduction of machine learning capabilities into NetGain Systems' monitoring products.

Additionally, the provider will also be delving into new Internet of Things (IoT) analytics platform solutions, designed to capture “huge volumes” of data from IoT devices and smart sensors.


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