Situation Wanted: DBCS Conversion Expert For Apps Sold Into Japan
June 10, 2019 Timothy Prickett Morgan
Daniel Pirani is a programmer at Columbus Consulting International, based in that capital city in the state of Ohio, and he has recently done a double byte character set (DBCS) conversion of an RPG application so it can be sold into the market in Japan in the indigenous language. We heard of two vendors at the recent POWERUp 2019 conference in Anaheim who had done a similar DBCS conversion, and Pirani coincidentally reached out to us to see if there was demand for such services. We think there could be, and there is only one way to find out: Ask.
So, here we are asking. If you have a need for DBCS conversion and are looking for an RPG programmer who can help you break into the Japanese market, then you should contact Pirani. His LinkedIn profile is here, and the DBCS.info site he created to solicit business is at this link.