Solihull-based software vendor Dynistics has set its sights on the Japanese market.
The company, which provides software for business intelligence, is looking to enter Japan next year after having successfully entered the US, Australian, European and Middle East markets in 2009.
Dynistics, which in July won Birmingham Chamber of Commerce’s International Trade Business Award, believes that demand for its software product, called Active Dashboards, will be high in the Far East.
Managing director Anthony Dent said: “We are thrilled to launch our plans for Japan market entry which we believe will produce rapid acceptance and success for our software.
“The highly graphical nature of our software has shown to be a key factor in its rapid adoption in international markets and from discussions with partners in Japan, this is also the case in the Far East.
“Dynistics has developed a clear strategy to support the Japanese market including creating Active Dashboards in Japanese language versions and establishing a route to market via agreements with established Japanese business intelligence resellers.”