At Asia Market Entry, we pride ourselves on our ability to help international software and technology companies focused on any industry to successfully expand into the Asia Pacific market. We manage this both directly and through our extensive third party network in the region.
Our consultants have at least 20 years of software selling experience and been based in the Asia Pacific region for at least the last five years.
We have an extensive network of independent third party consultants across the industry to help accelerate growth.
Our vast channel network consists of multi-national system integrators, boutique consulting companies and value added resellers, specifically focused on software and technology.
We partner with a number of global Trade and Export agencies that help to accelerate our customers’ growth in the region.
We are aligned to numerous industry associations in the region to ensure that we can rapidly create a brand presence across the local industry.
At Asia Market Entry, we believe that there should be no barrier to international software companies of being able to develop their business in the Asia Pacific region.
Not all companies can relocate to the region or want to setup a local office
Software adoption is still relatively low in Asia and therefore a blue ocean of opportunity
Asia typically accounts for 20 – 30% of a company’s revenue once fully operational
With 60% of the world’s population, the Asia market cannot be ignored
Why outsource business development to Asia?
By outsourcing your enterprise sales efforts to the Asia region, your software company can make an immediate impression on the local market, without effecting your day-to-day operations elsewhere, without whole-scale investment, and at a fraction of the cost if you attempt to develop the Asia market remotely yourselves.
By leveraging Asia Market Entry’s extensive network across the region, we can quite literally save you years in establishing a footprint in the region.
Asia based companies expect a physical presence from their vendors, a fact that is often mandatory in RFPs.
Remote support of Asia opportunities from Headquarters usually results in a lack of focus and follow-up due to timezones.
Travel costs of supporting Asia remotely spiral quickly.
Time spent away by key sales resources can also negatively impact revenue levels from traditional ‘home’ markets.