Last week, two of our staff members visited a few IT enterprises in India. Interestingly, most of the people they met with were quite impressed with the "newness" of the concept behind CACHATTO. Thought: "New? Coming into its fourteenth year and being called old by some of our competitors, was CACHATTO still new?"
Nowadays, traffic jams in some cities in India are getting much worse than in Jakarta or in Bangkok, so the demand for working remotely (from homes / in the backseat of cars) is growing. Recently, the conventional CACHATTO was reintroduced to the foreign market, CACHATTO Desktop, as a PC solution, turned out to be an ideal solution.
Enabling your PC to remotely access company data, without needing "VPN," "VDI," nor "leaving data on PCs," seems to be quite new to the foreign market, let alone offering instant access to company data from smartphones and tablets; the feature we have been promoting in Japan for many years. Reinventing CACHATTO as a PC solution has renewed the value of the conventional CACHATTO.
We have also been introducing CACHATTO Desktop to many of our current domestic customers. The phrase that impresses them strongly is; "You use the current CACHATTO system as is, and all you need to do is install this PC program to create a secure PC remote-access environment." They often say; "If we want to create a remote access system like this, it would normally be a serious system integration project, but if we use CACHATTO as our base, it is so simple. Very impressive!"
In the rapidly changing IT world, we need to reinvent the way we promote IT products accordingly. By reinventing our existing product, we can satisfy new demands. Reinventing CACHATTO as a PC solution in Japan, we can actualize "working from home," and improve the painful rush hour conditions, or enable people to take care of their children or elderly family members better. I hope that we can help people living in densely-populated cities around the globe cope with heavy traffic conditions. These would be our contribution to the world! Isn't it amazing?