I know this is some kind of short notice but part of the team here love to do surprising, unintentional, out of the blue stuff so here it is.
Maybe some of you already received the email invitation but nonetheless let me just put that into the body text:
Terato Tech, Malaysia’s most progressive mobile app developer would like to invite you to our introduction of AIYO where digital publishing is made easy, fast and affordable (and maybe even FREE!)
AIYO is another innovation from Terato to help you grow your businesses. With AIYO, selling books, comics, magazines, journals, catalogs or any other kinds of marketing collaterals can be done almost instantly.*
Learn how to achieve all of this with AIYO with a brief introduction from Terato’s founder, Reza Razali. You can also learn from other publishers how AIYO has helped their publications better.
By using AIYO, ‘Majalah JOM!’ now receives new subscribers from all over the world on a daily basis, while the Perbadanan Putrajaya has managed to increase its outreach to members of its local communities with AIYO. For more stories such as this, as well as how AIYO can directly benefit you, be there at the event or be square!
WHO should attend: Books, magazines, comics or any printed publishers, writers, business owners, NGOs or any other cool cats who are interested in publishing their work in a highly-competitive mobile industry.
Try this publishing engine FREE for six month (worth RM1500) and start earning money from your publications.
So, if you’re interested and we really are hoping so, please click the link below and GET YOUR FREE TICKETS now.
See you there!
Just a quick, simple and sweet news before the end of the week.
Gamesauce, a full-color trade magazine and on-line portal for the game industry founded in Fall 2009 by Jessica Tams, managing director of the Casual Games Association focusing on the international video game industry has featured Reza Razali, founder of Terato on their Video Coverage Section.
Not sure when they did the interview but here some excerpt from the article:
As for the greatest challenges in the game industry, Reza believes it is discoverability and fundraising. The majority of companies in the area find it necessary to supplement their revenues from IP development with servicing work. It is difficult to raise sufficient funds, and fundraising too early leaves a company vulnerable to a low valuation.
He tells us, “I have met various game development companies which gave up 50 percent of the company for less than $10,000 US.” He insists that discoverability is also a problem unless the company has an adequate user acquisition budget or the backing of a well-known publisher.
Hopefully this article would give some useful insights to everyone especially youngsters and entrepreneurs who would like to jump into the mobile game industry.
Read the full article here.
Before I end this simple post. Would like to share some photos during our trip/event at Royale Chulan that ended yesterday. We were there for APAC SME Banking Conference. Well, the food was great.
It’s only May but Terato already had such an amazing year.
Some of you may know that we received our first ISO certificates (9001:2008) last March. We also been working on quite a very big game project that I shouldn’t say much about it. Other than that, we relocating some of the team members to our new office spaces(s) in Cyberjaya.
On top of that, we have been invited by Malaysia External Trade and Development Corporation (MATRADE) to be part of their export exhibition at Malaysia Export Exhibition Centre (MEEC).
We are at box number 208 and you can visit us (and lot of other boxes) anytime 9 to 5 except during holidays.
Terato tech with some (indirect) help from both political sides (BN and Pakatan Rakyat if you don’t know), has released another app (other than the great PRU.MY) for iPad and iPad Mini users, MANIFESTO PRU 2013.
Description from the iTunes:
The General Elections 2013 Manifesto app is an effort to help the impoverished dignitaries of Malaysia to get transparent and accurate info on the manifestos of parties contesting in the GE13.
This app is politically correct and safe for household consumption of both voting and non-voting age, and can also be shared with colleagues and election officials alike without fear of a manhunt under the Official Secrets Act 1972 (aka OSA). Additionally, this app can also cure boredom/random curiosity in many ways, one of it being that you can also play games such as Fruit Ninja or Amok! on your iPad AFTER going through the manifestos (please install the apps legally beforehand).
This app is powered by the Aiyo engine, and allows anyone, even you, to publish to the Apple App Store and earn income from your published apps.
Download the app and study both manifestos before making your ultimate decision on the election day this Sunday.
Download link (iTunes):
PRU.MY, a initiative by Terato tech and Amanz powered by Snappinion currently is on the top of Apple App Store charts across the region(or in Malaysia at least)!
Don’t be left behind. Take you stand, have your say and join this ever growing community of well-behave samaritans. It’s FREE and you don’t need any subsidy to download this (except maybe some free Wifi).
Download for iOS
Download for Android
Web link – http://pru.my