Spanish firm enters India for APAC reach

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Friday, 21 November 2003, 08:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Spanish communications solutions provider, Dialcom International Group has opened its Asia Pacific headquarters in Bangalore, India.

Marking its entry, Dialcom, has launched its products, Dialcom Webconference - a next generation real time web conferencing and collaboration system and Dialcom Web-Control - an indispensable business solution for call centers and BPO companies.

The company specializes in the development of software platforms providing communication and collaboration in real time over IP (Internet, Intranet etc.) and satellite. Dialcom's videoconferencing or collaboration solutions are very unique to successfully work even on Mobile Phones and PDAs using a GPRS network.

Nandakishore Pinpati, Director, Dialcom International Group, Spain said, "Dialcom is introducing to the Indian market, two unique products, which have been a success world over. With Indian businesses expanding globally, we identified the growth potential in the market for a cost effective, secure and reliable platform for real time conferencing and online collaboration. Our solutions have proved to work even on Mobile Phones & PDAs using GPRS network."

Javier Alvarado, Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Dialcom International Group said, "We see India and the whole Asia Pacific region as a strategic step to Internationalize Dialcom which has until now been a leader in Europe. With more than two billion people in this region, and a fast growing economy, communication and collaboration is key differentiator to ever changing global business scenario and competition."

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