With international product specialists providing live demonstrations at WinSoft’s theatre set up within its two-storey stand at the exhibition, the company attracted record number of visitors during all five days of the event.
“GITEX 2007 has been a huge success with our Tasmeem and the latest FileMaker Pro Middle East version offerings, evoking very good response from trade and consumer visitors,” said Pierre Blangero, Chairman and CEO, WinSoft. “Additionally, the event helped us strengthen relationships with our partners as well as reinforce our commitment to provide innovative applications for Middle Eastern-enabled software.”
Taking into account GITEX 2006 visitor input, we introduced a new Tasmeem line that better meets creative and publisher expectations.
“The 30 live Tasmeem demonstrations received a lot of interest from visitors” said Kamel Gaddas, VP, Business Development, WinSoft.
Improvements to Tasmeem’s new product line were welcomed by visitors at GITEX 2007. Riding on the high demand for FileMaker Pro 8.5 this year, WinSoft plans to launch the Middle East version of the its latest FileMaker Pro 9 software which comes with 20 sets of templates localised in Arabic – from Home and Education categories.
“FileMaker also met with success and we plan to introduce the Middle East version of our brand new FileMaker Pro 9 software by the end of 2007. We are confident its powerful database features integrated with an award-winning design will appeal to all Arabic users and help them manage and share information about people, projects and assets,” added Blangero.
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