Rockville, MD (PRWEB) October 2, 2013 — Application Corporation (https://www.hyperoffice.com) today announced that it has finalized a partnership with INET CORP (http://www.inet.co.jp/english/), the premier data center and cloud services company in Japan. Under the agreement, INET has licensed Application Corporation’s HyperOffice technology to launch DreamOffice, an innovative cloud based social collaboration solution customized for Japanese businesses. Application Corporation simultaneously announced the availability of its HyperOffice communication and collaboration technologies in Japanese for the benefit of service providers.
Application Corporation is an award-winning developer of the HyperOffice line of cloud based social collaboration, federated collaboration, UCC and mobile technologies available to service providers interested in protecting their brand and controlling their customers’ data. HyperOffice enables service providers to rapidly launch their own white labeled products in high growth business and consumer cloud markets through a variety of flexible deployment options.
“The innovative HyperOffice technology was the perfect choice for us,” said Tsutomu Taguchi, Senior Managing Director & Executive Operating Officer at INET CORP. “INET is a leader in enabling Japanese businesses, and participating in the fast expanding cloud communication and collaboration market was a strategic decision for us. Rather than building our own solutions ground-up, we were looking for a technology with a proven track record, the ability to be customized for the Japanese market, and the flexibility to white label and deploy it from data centers of our choice. Application Corporation offered us all that and allowed us to differentiate ourselves with their unique technology. Importantly, they displayed the experience and responsiveness required to meet our deadlines for deploying this solution into the market,” he added. “Our teams have worked closely together through the entire cycle of localization, customization and deployment at our data centers. INET’s delivery capabilities and HyperOffice’s technology create the perfect synergy, and we are poised to win the market,” he concluded.
“We are thrilled to partner with INET CORP, given its stature and track record of pushing technology to new frontiers,” said Farzin Arsanjani, President at Application Corporation. “Japanese businesses are universally known for demanding the best available technology, and we are excited to meet the challenges of this market,” he added. “Our mission is to enable service providers to immediately enter the fast growing cloud collaboration market, with innovative and proven technologies they can brand, customize, package and deploy exactly according to their strategy,” he concluded. Application Corporation partnered with Impossible Dream (IPD), a renowned Japanese technology consultancy with a focus towards service providers, to understand Japanese business requirements and customize HyperOffice technologies for local needs. “We are glad that we could bring Application Corporation and INET CORP together. As a leading provider of Cloud services in the region, INET can greatly improve its position and revenue potential by leveraging the HyperOffice technology,” said Jiro Shimoyama, President and CEO at IPD.
More about HyperOffice’s offerings can be seen at https://www.hyperoffice.com/sp/.
About Application Corporation
Launched in 2004, HyperOffice, is a leading range of cloud based social collaboration, federated collaboration, UCC and mobile technologies from Application Corporation. Its mission is to enable service providers with innovative cloud technologies and delivery capabilities to increase revenue while protecting their brand and their customers. Service Providers can serve high demand cloud markets via cutting edge HyperOffice white label Cloud Social Collaboration, Federation, Mobility, and UC solutions for the workplace. Application Corporation is widely recognized for its highly differentiated and innovative offerings with awards from Red Herring, ComputerWorld and leading research firms.