After merging with rival Linkage, this IT firm and software provider has been expanding its business globally, reaching everywhere from Southeast Asia to Europe.
Asian Info-Linkage has been on the list for four years in a row, starting at no. 40 in 2009 and settling at no. 84 in 2012. It has had big successes catering to China's telecommunications industry. And more recently, it has deepened its footprint in Southeast Asia's burgeoning telecommunications markets by signing an agreement with Malaysian telecommunications provider U Mobile to offer postpaid and prepaid mobile services as well as other communications services.
Despite worries over Europe's debt crisis, the company in 2012 opened its European headquarters as part of its effort to expand globally.
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