Posted on: Wednesday 17 October, 2012 11:00
|Focus Softnet Launches New Services Business At GITEX Technology Week 2012
Ali , Hyder , CEO
Focus Softnet, the leading software development company, today announced its business expansion plans at GITEX Technology Week 2012. The company launched its new services division, where it will provide business process services and e-business services to customers in the Middle East region. In addition to its existing software offerings, Focus Softnet will now offer customers a vast and more comprehensive portfolio of products and services, unmatched in the industry.
Speaking on the launch, Mr. Ali Hyder, CEO, Focus Softnet says, “After nearly two decades of success and steady growth as a software solutions provider, our company is at an exciting new phase, where we are expanding our business horizons to now offer our customers business process services and e-business services. With the launch of our new services division, we will now be able to help our customers achieve their technological goals and in turn help them take their business to the next level.”
“We would like to welcome onboard our new Vice President, Rohan Tejura, who will head this new division. With his vast knowledge and global experience in business process services and e-business services, we are confident Rohan will help Focus Softnet scale new heights,” Mr. Hyder adds.
In the modern day ‘systems and processes’ driven environment, it is imperative for any business to have the right systems and processes in place, which is easier said than done. To begin with, the biggest challenge is to understand what is right for the company, followed by how to go about implementing the right solution in the right manner to get the right results and of course - getting it right at the first instance.
A typical and traditional ERP implementation would start off straight away with implementing the package, and tackling challenges as they came along during implementation. However, this often leads to extensive delays and wrong implementations, leading to bottlenecks, frustration and challenges. Rather than being an enabler, ERP becomes the biggest stumbling block, impending business growth and is best circumvented, treated as junk and written off as sunk cost.
Focus Softnet address all these challenges and concerns through its Business Process Services, which include Business Process As-Is Mapping, Business Process Automation, Business Process To-Be Mapping, Business Process Gap Analysis, and Implementation Consultancy Services.
“Our Business Process Services ensure a smooth transition from one technology to another, be it adding a new ERP altogether, upgrading the existing ERP, or adding modules and solving gaps in the existing implementation of technology,” explains Mr. Rohan Tejura, Vice President, Focus Softnet.
In this era of Digital Age, with mobile and internet penetration on the rise every day, organizations are fast adopting a tech savvy image by taking their businesses online, increasing potential customer touch points, resorting social media etc. “With a commitment to facilitate our clients to leverage technology to achieve growth, we have launched our end–to-end services, catering to the entire value chain of the e-business world,” Mr. Tejura adds.
Focus Softnet e-business services range from establishing a basic and simple web presence through a website, through to deploying a complex B2B or B2C oriented e-Commerce and mobile application solutions wherein one can actually sell, collect revenues, and manage logistics, reports, and a variety of other value added operations through web-based / mobile technology which is seamlessly integrated with its ERP solutions.
Over the last two decades, Focus Softnet has emerged into an established multinational organization with an extensive worldwide network of 21 offices spread across 16 countries. Focus Softnet develops solutions that move businesses and helps them grow in a highly competitive environment. With the launch of its business process services and e-business services, the company is moving in the direction of becoming a complete solutions provider for its customers in the Middle East.