Focus Softnet shows application line-up
Software developer highlights extensive range of business applications
Software developer Focus Softnet will be showcasing some of its best selling business applications at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.
The company will promote a number of different solutions from its software portfolio, including its Focus i ERP and vertical solutions for healthcare and education sectors.
"GITEX Technology Week has been a very important exhibition for us for over a decade. We have received an excellent response from GITEX year after year and hence we decided to participate once again this year. We hope to increase awareness for our brands and run demonstrations on the features and benefits of our intelligent ERP, Focus i, our healthcare solution, Insta HMS and our educational solution, Focus ARMS. GITEX is an ideal stage for us to demonstrate the unique features of our solutions to customers visiting from across the region and show them the benefits and cost savings of implementing our solutions. We are also looking forward to signing on new contracts and partnerships at the event," says Ali Hyder, CEO of Focus Softnet.
Among the highlights of Focus Softnet's presence at GITEX will be the Focus i ERP solution, a mid-tier ERP that includes fully integrated business intelligence (BI) tools, enterprise dashboard for quick insight into the business, and a comprehensive Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP) module. The application also includes a mobile interface for users to see business status on a smartphone.
The Focus ARMS educational institution management application, which handles virtually all management functions for academia, will also be on show, along with Focus WMS warehouse management solutions, Focus Insta healthcare solutions and Streamline CRM.
"This year has been an expansion year for us. We have not only opened new offices across the Middle East region and Asia but have also invested in Insta Healthcare, a company we partnered at GITEX last year. We have seen tremendous interest in Insta Healthcare's products in this region and decided to buy a stake in the company to strengthen our portfolio further," Hyder adds.