Day 1 Fore-noon: The SalesPoint session kicked off with Erik de Keyser, CEO of Bricsys making the introduction, followed by Carlos Brandao, Global Sales & Marketing Manager sharing some of the key strategies and best practices for sales and marketing for the next 12 months. Some of them are purely for the eyes and ears of Sales Partners, but here are a few slides I can share with you.
We also get to hear success stories with Bricsys partners in several countries, some from unexpected quarters, from countries like Spain, Italy, Costa Rica and Chile in addition to the usual ones - Germany, Japan and a fast upcoming Korea market.
Costa Rica gets a special mention as an upcoming, promising performer
Asian Tiger Korea is doing good for Bricsys business
And finally, Germany
Next up is Patrick Depraetere, who shared the revenue, company financial matrix, license numbers and their distribution - geography-wise and flavor-wise. While many trends were similar to what we saw earlier, there were indeed a bunch of pleasant surprises from upcoming markets. There is nothing more that I can share here as the info is confidential to partners-only. It is highly appreciated that Bricsys shares these internal figure with its sales partner network.
People Images, Day 1: Salespoint Session:
Amit Dubey (Bricsys India), Luc Michel (Bricsys Canada) , Arthu Gan (Bricsys Malaysia) & Christie (Bricsys Malaysia)
Amit Dubey (EdgeWorks, Mumbai, India) & Rakesh Rao (DesignSense, Bricsys India)
Arthur Gan & Christie (Bricsys Malaysia) collecting their badges BIC 2016
We are about to wind up the morning session. Next up in the afternoon is the Developer Session where we get to hear the latest on the BricsCAD APIs.
Also on display are the developer and partner booths outside in the foyer area of BMW Welt.