BC Software Company Making Its Mark in International Markets
A B.C.-based software company is extending its international reach with the opening of an office in Manila and connecting with potential customers throughout Europe.
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Incognito Software Solutions provides network management and service delivery solutions to Internet service providers around the world. These providers use Incognito’s solutions to quickly and cost-effectively deploy data, voice, and video devices and services to their cable, wireline, wireless or mobile subscribers. Device deployment, service activation, network intelligence, and IP address management solutions from Incognito give service providers the ability to maximize revenue from legacy technologies as they incorporate new ones.
The information and communications technology (ICT) firm has steadily increased its international presence in the past few years by partnering with broadband operators; today, more than 160 million subscribers globally use solutions developed by Incognito.
This year, Incognito has continued its expansion efforts by opening an office in Manila to further build on opportunities in Southeast Asia. The office opened in May 2016, during the Premier’s Trade Mission to Korea, Japan, and the Philippines. Incognito participated in the trade mission and while there they signed a contract for the sale of software to a major Philippine telecommunications company.
Last February, Incognito was a part of the B.C. delegation attending the Mobile World Congress tradeshow in Barcelona, Spain. The company worked with B.C.’s European trade and investment team who connected Incognito with several large-scale European mobile operators.
British Columbia’s technology ecosystem has a solid track record of producing world-class companies, such as Incognito, that develop platforms and services used around the world. B.C. offers companies a highly-developed research infrastructure, an established network of experienced communication and software professionals, angel investors, and close ties to the United States and Asia. These advantages provide strong investment opportunities for global companies looking to open North American branch offices and partner with start-up businesses here.
To learn more about B.C.’s thriving tech sector, contact one of our International Trade and Investment Representatives.
Posted on: Dec. 6, 2016