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Pakistani and S. Korean IT Companies Ink Agreements
Four Pakistani IT companies - Sofizar, Synergy, SiSservices and Buraq Integrated Solutions (BIS) - formed solid collaborations with S. Korean IT companies recently, in a PSEB-sponsored programme. This programme was open to its registered companies from October to December 2005. Sofizar recently signed a contract with M2Soft of Korea, which won exclusive rights to export Sofizar's software products and services pertaining to Search Engine Optimization, Web Metrics Technology and Click Fraud Detection Technology in Korea and Japan. "We are also currently in negotiations with three notable Korean companies, including Korea Telecom and are very close to signing large contracts with them," said Zafar Khan, CEO, Sofizar, while talking to PSEB. "Korea Telecom is especially interested in our Web Metrics engine Zaralyzer. Also, there is significant interest from M2Soft’s largest market, Japan, which is a much larger market than Korea. We at Sofizar feel that the quality of our services surpasses that of local Japanese companies," said a confident Mr. Khan. In another breakthrough, Synergy collaborated with M2Soft of Korea for a reporting tool that found an eager market in Directorate General Immigration & Passports for its Machine Readable Passport project. SiSservices has partnered with BITComputer which holds 45% market share in hospital management software in Korea, to share knowledge of picture archiving and imaging of electronic medical records, and will be jointly marketing products in Middle Eastern and Central Asian countries, apart from their respective countries of origin. Becoming a Regional Partner for Haansoft's Linux and related product, BIS is also preparing to market its product, eDox, a document and workflow management system in collaboration with Korea's Union Information System (Union IS) in Korea, Japan and Canada. "After reviewing our product for a month, Union IS has started its conversion into Korean language. We are now mutually working towards finalizing a comprehensive sales plan," said Mr. Muhammad Asad, Director Operations, BIS. Sources: PSEB, Sofizar, Synergy, SISservices, BIS
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