According to OutSystems, Weaser holds 25 years of senior management and business development expertise in scaling fast-growing software companies and will be responsible in increasing adoption of the company’s low-code application development platform among leading companies across Asia Pacific. Prior to this, he has had the experience of working and driving revenue growth for companies such as Qumu, Manugistics (which was later acquired by JDA), Manhattan Associates, and EXE Technologies.
Taking the opportunity, Weaser commented on how APAC poses as an ideal market. “Asia Pacific has emerged as the largest potential growth market for the adoption of mobile devices. Many leading companies now realize that digital transformation offers major opportunities for growth.”
“I’m thrilled to join OutSystems, an industry leader with best-in-class offerings. I’m also looking forward to working closely with the team in Asia Pacific to capitalize on these opportunities,” added Weaser.
Meanwhile, Paulo Rosado, CEO, OutSystems, said, “Mark has tremendous experience building successful businesses in Asia Pacific. He’s got the strong regional understanding and business acumen necessary to help us fuel additional growth.”
The Georgia-based company that helps enterprises accelerate their digital transformation, has apparently picked up over 75 new customers in Asia Pacific, including the likes of Atos and REST Industry Super in Australia, Transnational Diversified Group in the Philippines, and Ricoh and NCS in Singapore. It has also added to its client roster with customers from Japan and Hong Kong and new formed partnerships in India, Thailand, and Indonesia, vouches the company.
“OutSystems has seen remarkable growth in Asia Pacific over the last three years. As we continue to execute on our global expansion plans, we’re building out our leadership team with experienced executives with deep experience in the region,” continued Rosado.
Earlier, in February, OutSystems had raised $55 million in a funding round led by North Bridge Growth Equity which was used to strengthen its market hold and enhance product development.