Focus Softnet Broadens ERP Range

Software vendor to place spotlight on next-gen enterprise solutions. Focus Softnet is planning to increase its participation at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2013, and to launch several next generation business applications at the show. The software developer will reveal the latest generation of its ERP software, as well as mobile applications for its range of ERP and vertical solutions.

Focus Softnet Broadens ERP Range

Focus Softnet will also place the spotlight on its enterprise software solutions such as Focus i, Focus RT, Focus CRM, Focus POS and Focus PMS as well as its managed services, consultancy and implementation expertise.

“We have been participating in GITEX for the last 17 years and the response we have received from the exhibition each year has been fantastic,” says Ali Hyder, CEO of Focus Softnet. “GITEX is the largest technology event in the Middle East and a perfect platform for us to showcase and promote our products, increase brand awareness and also raise our corporate profile across the multi-layered visitor profile at this high profile ICT exhibition.

This year, we plan to announce some big product launches, share our success stories for Focus CRM and Focus POS, which we launched last year, introduce mobile apps for our leading enterprise solutions as well as sign new partnerships at the event,” Hyder adds.

There will be a major focus this year on mobile apps. The company has developed separate mobile apps for its ERP and vertical solutions including healthcare, property management, POS and restaurant solutions. “We plan to launch these during GITEX and hold demonstrations for visitors at our stand. Focus’ mobile apps will help companies customise their business solution dashboards on their mobile phones,” Hyder adds.

Focus Sofnet, which has been participating in GITEX since 1996, has been growing at a rapid pace. This year, it has opened new offices, developed new solutions and provided improved ervices and support. Recently, Focus Softnet opened its 24th global office in Toronto, its first office in North America.