Human Solutions finalizes sales partnership with infoTRON
More success on the road to internationalization: Istanbul company to market and sell RAMSIS in Turkey, the Near East and the states of the former Soviet Union
12.09.2006Human Solutions has gained a new partner in Turkey - infoTRON. The Istanbul-based company has numerous reference customers from the automotive industry and will market and sell RAMSIS in Turkey as well as in the Near East. This cooperative agreement enables Human Solutions to market its products in a region which is difficult for foreign companies to access - and one which has rapidly growing markets.
“Last year we focused on the Far East and gained well-known customers like the car manufacturers Brilliance, Chang’an and PATAC in China, Hyundai in Korea and Tata in India. This tells us that we're on the right track with our Partner Management concept”, said Dr. Andreas Seidl, Managing Director of the Human Solutions Company. “Thanks to competent partners who are actually on site, we can now ensure that our customers have no language problems – and another priority for us is to take into account the different mentalities and the special requirements of specific regions. We are sure that infoTRON's know-how will enable us to succeed in yet another interesting market.”
Burak Pekcan, Chief Operating Officer for infoTRON said of the new partnership, “Our company has ten years of experience in the product design, product development and simulations business areas. The automotive industry is one of our core target groups and we work for customers who have global prestige. Ford, for example, runs a development center in Turkey. However, although our customers produce a large number of items, many of these manufacturers are hardly known in Europe - some of them are even market leaders in their own countries and we also know these companies very well. That's why we believe that our new partnership will enable the Human Solutions Company to gain access to a clientele which it would not be able to reach under normal circumstances.”
infoTRON was founded in 1994. The company employs around 35 engineers and designers in its Istanbul HQ and in its branch offices in Ankara. infoTRON's customer list includes names from the automotive, telecommunications and consumer goods industries, as well as state contract awarders.
With its business areas infoTRON Product Design and Development and infoTRON Simulation, the company addresses the requirements of customers in Turkey, the Near East (Egypt, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Yemen, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Palestine, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, and the United Arab Emirates) as well as in the earlier Soviet Republics of Aserbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
You'll find more information at http://www.infotron.com.tr (in Turkish and English)
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