2015 marks the Alliance Software Incorporated's 9th attendance to the Software Development Expo and Conference (SODEC) held in Tokyo Big Sight, Japan last May 13.

SODEC, a three-day expo, is one of the most important trade exhibitions among software engineers as it serves as an avenue for participating companies to present comprehensive information on latest products for software, development and maintenance.

ASI along with the Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA) and nine other company delegations from the country joined this year's trade mission to Tokyo, showcasing Philippine-based, globally competitive software companies and IT outsourcing (ITO) service providers.


The Philippine Delegation to SODEC 2015

The event was participated by over 1,500 company exhibitors and over 80,000 professionals alike.

Robert Cheng, CEO and representative of Alliance Software Inc., emphasized the need for Filipino IT companies to take part in events like SODEC to get exposed to Japan's leading IT market to develop major clients.

"It's a big opportunity for Japanese and Filipino IT companies to partner and promote mutual beneficial partnership," he said.

By partnering with Japan, Philippines can make a name as being the "right choice" for global business as an emerging market. It can further position itself as one of the mature and preferred destinations for Information Technology Outsourcing.


(L) The Philippine Booth during the 24th Software Development Expo 2015. (R) Alliance Software Inc.'s booth showcased its variety of products in development, operation and maintenance of software.

During the conference, each of the 10 company delegates was given time slots to present about their respective companies.

The Philippine delegation includes Advanced World Systems Inc., Cybertech Corporation Ltd., Gulliver Offshore Outsourcing Inc., PNI Business Solutions Inc., Pointwest Technologies Corp., Tsukiden Global Solutions Inc., Ubiquitous Technologies Philippines, Inc., Valtes Advanced Technologies Inc., and BlastAsia Inc.

Araceli Adlawon

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