CATALOGcreator® on a Successful Course in Japan

Digital Printing & Solutions, Co. Ltd. (DPS) – partner of TID Informatik – is highly successful on the Japanese market with its software solution for electronic spare parts catalogs and service information systems – CATALOGcreator®. Our partner’s customers include well-known companies from the mechanical and plant engineering sectors. Recently, three colleagues from DPS visited Stegen in order to coordinate with TID and to further intensify the cooperation.

The purpose of the visit to the premises of the TID headquarters in Stegen am Ammersee was to provide training on specifications, present processes in development and project management, discuss their current projects and to offer further support, e.g. in marketing. In return, DPS presented their new business plan for the expansion of the CATALOGcreator’s market penetration (picture above, from left to right: Stefan Luber (TID), Rafi Boudjakdjian (TID), Robert Schäfer (TID), Etsuji Yamada (DPS), Satoshi Inokuchi (DPS), Yoshio Maeda (DPS)).

Robert Schäfer, Managing Director of TID, considers the cooperation with the international partner strategically very important: “Japan is a rapidly growing market with enormous potential for us. With DPS, we have a local partner at our side who operates with a high level of professionalism and commitment. Their attendance in Stegen showed again that our product CATALOGcreator® is very successful also on the global stage. We value our Japanese colleagues personally and were able to have many interesting discussions outside the workshops. We are particularly pleased that DPS is increasingly gaining market share and continues on an exceptionally successful course.”

It is planned to significantly intensify the cooperation with DPS in the coming years and to establish the TID partner as a competent point of contact and market leader for electronic spare parts catalogs and service information systems on the Asian market. The next joint meeting is scheduled for spring 2019. A TID team will then travel to Japan to train on site and support a Japanese cDAY.

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