User virtualisation solutions provider, AppSense, has announced global expansion plans targeting Asia-Pacific and Latin America.
In the second half of its 2012 fiscal year, the company plans to open offices in Brazil, Hong Kong and Singapore.
AppSense's move follows a fifth straight half-year of record growth for the July 1 to December 31, 2011 half.
During this period, AppSense recorded increased orders by about 46 per cent and expanded its global workforce by nearly 40 per cent.
It attributed the significant increase in large deployments and increasing presence in industries beyond the company's base in finance, government, healthcare and education as key reasons for its growth.
“Worldwide demand for user virtualisation is driving our growth and greatly expanding our global footprint,” AppSense CEO, Darron Antill, said.
Serving as the hub for its Asia-Pacific efforts, the Singapore office will also lead the company's initial entry into China and Korea and support its presence in Australia and New Zealand.
AppSense managing director, Michael Bosnar, said the A/NZ region is one of its most rapidly advancing markets, especially in the user virtualisation market.
“We are working closely with our customers in this region, to explore and solve the key issues they are facing,” he said.