31 August 2013
Company of the month August | eWins
eWins International B.V., Part of eWin Technology Development Co., Ltd. from Beijing China, recently selected Zoetermeer as their new Marketing & Sales hub for doing business in Europe. Zoetermeer is known as the ICT city in Westholland with superfast broadband internet connection, the Zuid-Holland Internet Exchange and The Hague University IT Department.
Since 2006, eWin has been creating smart applications for the security industry with solutions such as intelligent video Analysis, motion detection, control platforms software out-sourcing and IT management services.
The eWin Digital Intelligent Analysis Monitoring System is the intelligent monitoring system with autonomous intellectual property. It can be widely applied in urban road traffic monitoring, expressway monitoring and many other monitoring places like shopping malls, supermarkets, guesthouses, hotels, intelligent communities, warehouses, airports and prisons. Today, eWin provides IT solutions to international clients like Motorola and Oracle but also to several organizations in the metallurgy, petrochemical and finance industries.
Why choose for Westholland
“eWin European expansion plans brought them to Zoetermeer due its central location and their collaboration with the IT Department of the Hague University based in Zoetermeer. By setting up a Dutch office, eWins will be closer to their European clients & R&D partners and a part of the security cluster in the Westholland region”, says Ms Cheng, General Manager of eWins, about locating in Zoetermeer. “We chose for Zoetermeer because it is centrally located between The Hague and Rotterdam. Zoetermeer is ICT city in Netherlands and we are partnering with The Hague University IT department to jointly develop refined recognition technology. Zoetermeer is also a very “green” environment with many leisure facilities, outdoor activities and many parks. We also found a nice school for our children in Zoetermeer. The assistance of the city of Zoetermeer together with WFIA played a huge part in our decision-making process.”