He noted that eFuture has an innovation center and a distribution research institute to help the company achieve its technological ambition.
"If we go back to the time when I was working at IBM, a lot of people, including me, wouldn't have thought much of local distribution companies, since they were too small and too short of funds and technology," Yang said with a self-deprecating grin.
"Now, here I am working for a Chinese distribution company that is traded on Nasdaq and has the potential to be as valuable as IBM. I think that's progress for both the country's distribution business - and me."
Looks great with the expansion going forward -It will be interesting too see if they are a buyer or consolidator of small software companies in tier 2-3markets where it's very fragmented . They just need to keep the same pace and discipline the next couple years as we have seen recently .