BlueTags enters Japanese market  

Bluetooth company BlueTags agrees cooperation deal with Japan's Manica Inc.

The Jutland based company BlueTags, which specialises in Bluetooth technology, has entered a co-operation with Manica Inc, the leading distributor of information technology on the Japanese market. reports that Manica Inc will market BlueTags' wireless products to new as well as existing customers. According to Carlos Østby, BlueTags' Executive VP Sales and Marketing, 60% of the world's Bluetooth products are sold in Japan, so it is of great importance that BlueTags has a market presence there.


BlueTags was founded in 1999 and is one of the few companies in the world to offer a pure Bluetooth product which can both store data and function as a link between different Bluetooth applications, such as mobile phones, PDAs and Bluetooth wireless networks. Manica Inc. was founded in 1972 and has a customer base including Sanyo, Sony, Fujitsu and Hitachi.

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