Marc Benioff via TechCrunch: 85% of enterprise software is bought in 3 core markets: the U.S., Japan, and the U.K. Ignoring Japan means ignoring one of the most important opportunities. RTM Asia is helping SalesForce.com partners in Japan http://tcrn.ch/cZSArc
on June 14
Do you need to focus on product development and the US market?
Would an additional revenue stream be helpful? How about some big-name Japanese or Korean customers to help show that your product has global traction?
Do you not have time to put attention on overseas markets?
RTM Asia has a track record with 30-40 IT companies, helping them acquire and accelerate revenue from Asia-Pacific and even acquire capital in Asia from local investors for the set-up of your Asia-Pacific operation.
We work with start-ups in pre-launch phase as well as large global companies like Microsoft, Symantec, etc that need to rapidly launch new products.
is a veteran technologist and international business strategist with expertise in markets such as Australia, Greater China, Japan, Korea and the US. In addition to serving as the CTO of RTMAsia, he currently serves as an advisor to a number of Silicon Valley start-ups in the fields of storage and security. Fong was formerly Director of Business Development for Brocade Communication Systems' next generation software division, and was responsible for managing Brocade's software partnerships worldwide. He holds a B.S. in Information Technology from Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia.
Kenneth Fan, President,Greater China
leads RTMAsia's overall business development in the Greater China market. Kenneth is a veteran of the IT industry with over 19 years of proven sales and management track record who started his career in System-Pro Computer Solutions HK Ltd in 1986, then joined HP in 1992 where he spent the next 10 years. During his tenure at HP, Kenneth lead teams of over 100 employees and was responsible for annual revenue contributions in the Greater China region of over $US250 million, managing a number of different business units in HP ranging from PC's, Servers, Imaging and Printing, Enterprise Solutions, Services and Consulting as well as Channel and Alliances development.
Joon Mo Park, President,Korea
is a Korean business strategist with expertise in numerous areas: Internet, software, mobile services, storage, PC's and peripherals. In addition to running RTMAsia Korea, he currently serves as an advisor to a number of Korean start-ups. Park started his career launching LG's PC business, and then moved to Microsoft as sales director of Microsoft Korea's OEM sale sunit. Most recently he was country manager of Brocade Korea. He is a member of Korean IT industry forums and often writes columns in daily newspapers on software and other local IT industry topics. Park holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Korea University.
Takahiko Higashi, President,Japan
is a veteran strategist in the technology field, with 20 years of experience in the Japan market. Before joining RTMAsia as President for Japan, Higashi held various senior posts at blue chip companies including Senior Officer of Corporate Strategy and Director, Business Solution Group at Microsoft Japan. Prior to his 12 year tenure at Microsoft, Higashi was GM, Marketing and Corporate Strategy at NetOne Systems, one of the largest systems integrators in Japan. He graduated from the Engineering Faculty of Kyoto University and is co-author of two books on the topic of network connectivity.
Jeremy Geiger, VP,Business Development
is a successful Asia-Pacific business development leader having set-up more than 15 country subsidiary teams in Asia-Pacific in the last 15 years for various companies.For career reasons, Jeremy has physically been based in Japan, Korea, China, Singapore and Thailand and has developed business in every major country in Asia-Pacific.Most recently Jeremy built the Asia-Pacific operation for RTT, a 3D interactive software used for product design and creation of marketing materials. He has been involved in a wide variety of technologies including enterprise software (ERP,SCM, CRM, BI, BPM), departmental business software, interactive internet content and consumer electronics.Jeremy holds an MBA from Kellogg School of Management program in Asia-Pacific and a Bachelor degree in Mathematics from University of Waterloo in Canada.
References and examples of previous work
RTM Asia has set-up and manages all aspects of approx 20 companies. For Example: