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David Hope, president of Workday Asia Pacific Japan
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HR software developer Workday eyes expanded presence in Asia

Plans include opening Seoul, Bangkok offices, doubling Asia staff

| Japan

TOKYO -- Workday, a U.S. provider of cloud-based human resources software, is eyeing a stronger presence in Asia. The Nasdaq-listed company is doubling its regional staff this year from the current 200 or so out of 6,600 globally by opening new offices in Seoul and Bangkok, as well as strengthening its current offices in the region, according to David Hope, president of Workday Asia Pacific Japan.

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