Aug 30, 2017
16 MAY DREAM71 TO ENTER JAPANESE APP MARKET
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Leading software maker Dream71 Bangladesh Ltd is set to launch its solutions and services in Japan, in collaboration with local company DreamInPockets.
The two firms will take part in the Japan IT Week, one of the leading information communication related expositions in the world, in Tokyo on May 10-12.
At the event, Dream71 will roll out the customised version of its sales force automation solution ‘PocketSales71’. The solution will target representatives of small to medium-sized pharmaceuticals in Japan as customers.
“The application will create a new platform through which medical representatives can become more productive,” said Rashad Kabir, managing director of Dream71, in a statement.
The app will allow representatives to plan their visits automatically and rid them of manual reporting. However, its best part is the management will be able to monitor the activities of representatives and guide them.
The app’s web and mobile versions will make the day-to-day activities of a medical representative easier as it will automate several tasks that need to be carried out manually, said Kabir.
The app has been developed in Japanese language to make users more comfortable, as the target market is Japan at the moment, he added.
Dream71 has already launched a similar app in Bangladesh, which helps companies accelerate their capacity, Kabir said.
A few more Bangladeshi software companies are also participating in the fair along with the Bangladesh Hi-Tech Park Authority.
“Bangladeshi companies will get opportunities to attend business-to-business meetings with global companies and receive work orders,” said Kabir.
Dream71, which started operations only two and a half years ago, exports its flagship product PocketSales to 14 countries such as the Netherlands, the UK, Egypt, Malaysia and South Korea.