eGlobal Technology offers free information service

eGlobal Technology launches information service for organizations and individuals that are interested in learning about e-business in Asia Pacific.SINGAPORE, 4 July 2000 - eGlobal Technology has announced the launch of its freeinformation service, AskUs@eGlobalTechnology.

eGlobal Technology launches information service for organizations and individuals that are interested in learning about e-business in Asia Pacific.

SINGAPORE, 4 July 2000 - eGlobal Technology has announced the launch of its free information service, AskUs@eGlobalTechnology.com. for organizations and individuals that are interested in learning about e-business in Asia Pacific.

The recent completion of its first round of funding from venture capital funds from United States, South East Asia and North Asia validated eGlobal's business model for accelerating e-business in Asia Pacific.

The professionals in eGlobal Technology can respond to any questions related to building a business in Asia Pacific, marketing in Asia Pacific, the strategies in building e-business and its components for the Asia Pacific market.

To find out what works in the following domains in e-business: e-business Intelligence, e-security, Customer Relationship Management, and Enterprise Application Integration, along with building an organization, marketing, selling and supporting in Asia Pacific, visit eGlobal Technology's Web site or directly e-mail to AskUs@eGlobalTechnology.com.

The resident domain expert will respond via e-mail to the enquirer within two business days.

According to Stanley Liao, COO and executive vice president of eGlobal Technology Services Asia Pacific, "Through our interaction with organizations in both United States and Asia Pacific, we found that many people have questions on the diverse market cultures, business practices, the strategies in implementing e-business solutions across multi-national companies with global offices. By offering this service free to anyone who is interested in learning about conducting and building businesses in Asia Pacific, we get to learn from them as well. Based on the questions and responses, we can build a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) repository to benefit organizations and individuals who do not have a specific question."

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