Celframe Success in PIKOM PC FAIR

The success of Celframe in PIKOM PC FAIR.

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December 28, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Celframe participation in PIKOM PC FAIR 3 can be deemed a success as the event has proven to create a strong awareness to society in combating piracy. The exhibition was held in KL Convention Center between 7 – 9 December, 2007.

Comparing to the previous revenue gain in such event, this time Celframe has seen a 300% jump in the exhibition sales their products range. The best selling being the low cost Celframe Office, an alternative for Microsoft Office, which was not only purchased by the corporates but also drew in the individuals to have it for their personal use at home.

“We were surprised with the feedback of the customers which was so beyond our expectation,” said Celframe's Vice President, Operations, Ms. Eliena Raj after the event. Arun Pudur, President of Celframe added that, “Our future plan is to participate in all major IT fairs worldwide to broaden the product knowledge among the people and help them fight piracy.”

About PIKOM PC Fair
PIKOM PC Fair is organized by PIKOM, or the Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia. The first PIKOM PC Fair was held in 1995, at the Stadium Negara in Kuala Lumpur where it received more than 25 000 visitors. Today, PIKOM PC Fair has grown from once a year at one location to a three times a year at more than 25 locations in Malaysia. The fair attracts as many as 1.3 million visitors per year and is recognized by the Malaysia Book of Records as the Largest ICT Fair in Malaysia.

About Celframe
Celframe is a global-based company which defines, designs and delivers IT-enabled business products and solutions that help global companies win in a flat world. These solutions & products focus on providing strategic differentiation and operational superiority to clients. Celframe has offices and development centers in the US, India, Malaysia, Australia and soon will be expanding to Singapore, UK, Dubai and Africa. Celframe has a very diverse and highly distinctive business model. It develops and also acquires territorial rights to 'alternative' software products and markets, sells, distributes and supports these products in place of the vendor in worldwide markets.

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Aaron Jonathan