[teaser]Since the launch of iFormBuilder in 2008, iFormBuilder’s customer base has expanded across various sectors in more than 125 countries – many of them coming from the United States, Europe, and Australia.[/teaser]
Besides my role as a Solutions Engineer, another important mission for me and my colleagues in the Zerion Software Hong Kong office is to drive user growth in the Asia-Pacific region. I recently traveled to Singapore to represent Zerion Software at the Echelon Asia Summit 2015 where we showcased the iFormBuilder platform and related technologies to potential clients, solution partners, and tech media with the goal of bringing our platform to more businesses in the region and making their workflow smarter.
Echelon Asia Summit is an annual tech conference for Asia’s technology leaders, innovative businesses, bold investors, and forward-thinking industry representatives to leverage on future trends currently shaping Asia’s internet and mobile markets. For two days, delegates forge new alliances with Asia’s most noteworthy startup and investment players and build long-lasting investment, trade, and market-access partnerships.
The Summit took place at an exhibition hall in the Singapore Expo Center. The exhibitions ranged from big and small startups that are based in Singapore and other Asian countries to established tech companies like ZenDesk and Paypal. The atmosphere and energy were filled with hundreds of conversations and drones that were being flown around the hall.
This year, we are bringing iFormBuilder to more Asian countries by working with local technology solutions consultants that possess local market and business knowledge. Connecting with solution partners, potential clients, and tech media was a great opportunity to learn more about the region’s marketplace.
In addition to the Summit, this trip helped me gain a new perspective of Singapore. In the past, I traveled with a tour group and visited all of the attractions. It was fascinating to learn about Singapore’s culture and lifestyle through my conversations with the locals. One thing I like about Singapore is their multiculturalism and use of the Internet of Things in transportation planning. Next year’s Echelon Asia Summit is bound to be great!
[button link=”https://www.iformbuilder.com/blog/videos-recap-of-the-iformbuilder-power-user-summit/” size=”large” variation=”steelblue” align=”center” target=”blank”]Access Videos from the iFormBuilder Power User Summit [/button]
About the Author
Gordon Chu is a Solutions Engineer focusing on solutions implementation. He lives in Hong Kong and enjoys gaining multicultural expereinces and skills through his travels. He spends his free time in the gym, playing basketball and relaxing in coffee shops. If you have any questions about this blog post or traveling, he would love to hear from you! Email Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org.[divider_top]