Japan Entry has extensive contacts at resellers of software development tools, thanks to successful work for Centerline, Codenomicon, Collabnet and others.


CollabNet develops, hosts and sells tools for complex software development using collaborative open source development methodologies. Assisted CollabNet to sell hosted services agreements to NTT Communications, NEC, Toshiba, and Sharp, and formulate distribution agreement with SCS and others. Recruited former head of Ashton-Tate to serve as President of CollabNet, K.K.

“Japan Entry identified world-class customer opportunities and skillfully cross-pollinated them to our distribution partners.” - Roger LiFang, Vice President Asia-Pacific



Flow is a venture company that provides an enterprise application portal solution that aggregates data from disparate sources. The platform was adopted by IBM as part of its BlueMix cloud solution stack. Japan Entry helped Flow garner a $500K bridge loan from a leading Japanese systems integrator.
"a $500k wire just hit our account, thank you for your services!" – Lars Swanson, CFO

Code Center

Integrated Computer Solutions (CenterLine)

CenterLine CodeCenter is a Unix debugging tool. Japan Entry signed Astec which sold 25% of worldwide revenues during several years of the exclusive distribution agreement.

Code Center

RogueWave (NobleNet)

NobleNet is a provider of application development software for building scalable client/server and Web-based applications in a variety of programming languages. Japan Entry signed Mitsubishi Corporation as exclusive distributor.

Rogue Wave


RadView Software verifies the integrity, performance, and scalability of Web applications. Hired Asia-Pac Sales Director with extensive experience at Tarantella.

RAD View