Focus Softnet to showcase its enterprise software and vertical market solutions at GITEX Technology Week 2018
Source: OAK Consulting for Focus Softnet , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Fri October 12, 2018 1:31 pm

UAE. Focus Softnet will be returning to GITEX Technology Week 2018, which will be held from October 14-18, 2018 at the Dubai International Convention Centre.

The company will be showcasing its complete product portfolio including its flagship product, Focus 8, which has been upgraded with multilingual capability and is now GCC VAT compliant.

Apart from placing the spotlight on its range of ERP solutions, the company will also be highlighting the features and benefits of its vertical-focused solutions, mobile apps and cloud-ready business software solutions at the region’s premier ICT event.

Technology experts from the company will be holding demonstrations for cloud-ready version of Focus 8, which integrates business intelligence tools, and provides real-time reporting using multi-dimensional posting of transactions.

"Small and medium enterprises are increasingly taking interest in reducing the complexity of their IT operations by leveraging the cloud platform and focusing on their core competence. Focus Softnet has a full stack of ERP and vertical market solutions that are hosted both on the cloud and available on-premises. Businesses can choose, which type of deployment they prefer, based on their level of data and security compliance and progress in their journey to the cloud. Focus Softnet and its channel partners can enable all types of organizations to begin their journey in cloud adoption as well as those that are seeking to move to the next level of data migration in the cloud," said Ali Hyder, Group CEO of Focus Softnet.

Focus Softnet will also be showcasing Focus i, a middle-tier ERP solution with business intelligence tools, and its other range of ERP solutions, including financials management, supply chain, and other modules. Focus Softnet will demonstrate vertical market capabilities including Focus RMS (Retail Management Suite), Focus e-RMS (Restaurant Management System), Focus MRP (Material Requirement Planning), and Focus WMS (Warehouse Management System).
Security is another consideration for small and medium businesses as they begin to use cloud-based solutions on multiple connected devices. Software solutions from Focus Softnet are optimized for all forms of mobile, connected devices including thin-PC clients, with remote access. Moreover, depending on the type of organization, the volume of transactions, complexity of business, and their requirements of security, Focus Softnet can provide cloud licensing either as single tenant or multi-tenant model.

"Businesses that are conscious about the privacy, integrity and security of their data, may choose to use software licenses from Focus Softnet from a single tenant hosting model. On the other hand, businesses that are conscious about the cost of their operations, can opt for a multi-tenant model, allowing their costs to be lowered, but also gaining the full benefits of scalability. Focus Softnet and its channel partners are well equipped to offer small and medium businesses the right solution based on their organizational requirements and budgetary requirements,” added Mr. Hyder.

Other solutions on display will include Centra CRM Suite, facilities management, property management, Focus Retail Suite, Focus Point of Sale, Focus Restaurant Management Systems, amongst a few others.

Focus Softnet will be exhibiting at C-05 in Hall 8 where visitors can meet with consultants and sales advisors from the company to understand the full portfolio of products and services.

Photo Caption: Ali Hyder, Group CEO of Focus Softnet

About Focus Softnet:                               
Established in 1992, Focus Softnet has a rich history of innovation, expansion and growth. Right from its first product, the company’s emphasis has always been on continuous R&D and team work to ensure that its products are feature-rich and built on state-of-the-art technologies.

Focus Softnet understands the challenges of today’s competitive business environment and the need for innovation, and to help address those challenges, the company offers custom-built IT solutions to help companies focus on what they do best - to drive business and accelerate their success. 

Partnering with reputed organizations and business associates across the globe, Focus Softnet today has evolved into a true multinational organization with 27 offices in 17 countries across Asia, Middle East, Africa and North America. As an IT solutions provider with over 25 years of experience and multi-domain expertise, Focus Softnet's consulting services and skill sets are backed by a vast knowledge-base and a keen understanding of what it takes to run and grow a business.

By re-engineering business processes and optimizing resources, developing and deploying user-friendly, flexible and cost-efficient industry specific solutions, Focus Softnet has helped over 30,000 organisations across the globe grow their businesses by increasing operational efficiency and productivity.

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