Logic Solutions Successfully Supports Multiple US Companies in China

Angela Kujava Press Releases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—April 1, 2010—ANN ARBOR, MI—Logic Solutions announces the latest achievements of its China Services division, which supports US Companies with their operations in China. Recent successes include staffing for technology giant Cisco, and facilitating commerce between Business Automation Center® provider LogicLink and hoteliers Sheraton Shanghai Hongqiao, Howard Johnson All Suite Hotel Shanghai, Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong, and Jin Jiang Y.M.C.A Hotel.

Logic Solutions has provided three staff members for Cisco, bolstering their efforts at the Shanghai World Expo. Candidates will manage logistics for the massive event that begins on May 1, 2010. The Expo’s website reports an expected 70 million visitors, however only 200 companies will serve as presenters, including Cisco.

Logic Solutions’s comprehensive staffing process provides reliable, professional resources for a multitude of staffing needs, including logistics managers, business development experts, network engineers, IT systems support, software implementation experts, application and web developers, project managers, call center/help desk personnel, sourcing and procurement professionals, and graphic designers. All candidates are screened through a rigorous vetting process by the firm’s multilingual, multi-industry experts.

The firm also assisted US-based LogicLink, developers of hospitality automation products and services including the Business Automation Center® (BAC), with selling their products to Chinese businesses. Within six months of the initial sales push, Logic was able to place BAC systems in four hotels.

BAC is 24-hour automated touch screen office system that offers hotel, airport, and cruise line guests a self-contained, professional area to do business while away from the office. BAC multi-station, multi-user hubs offer a high-speed internet connection and print, fax, copy, and Microsoft® Office capabilities, and each station is fitted with customized office furniture. Users pay for services at a central credit card kiosk. Because of the streamlined automation, BAC systems are a cost-efficient means of increasing revenue for the hospitality providers.

Jimmy Hsiao, CEO, states, “This is a prime example of our ability to help North American businesses expand their footprint in Asia. There is nothing like LogicLink in China—and we believe that a great US-based product is also a great China-based, product with proper localization. While the process of selling a unique product in the US is very intuitive for North American companies, replicating that practice in China can be fraught with complications if you don’t understand how to do business there. Without the help of business and cultural experts, many companies are significantly delayed getting their goods or services to market.”

LogicLink is currently working with Logic Solutions to expand services to other hoteliers.

Logic Solutions co-developed the Business Automation Center® solution, however the two companies are not under shared ownership. For more information about BAC and other LogicLink products, please visit www.LogicLink.com.