Canon Middle East, a leader in imaging solutions, yesterday held the official inauguration of its direct operation Canon Office Imaging Solutions (Doha) and the launch of its first dedicated business solutions showroom.
This is the first time a global technology brand has set up a direct in-country presence in Qatar, Canon Middle East claimed in a statement.
Canon Office Imaging Solutions (Doha) has been established in partnership with Salam Technology, Canon’s longstanding imaging solutions distribution partner in Qatar.
The inauguration of the showroom was marked by the presence of Stefano Zenti, executive vice president, Canon Europe; Anurag Agrawal, managing director, Canon Middle East; Wim Wynants, general manager, Canon Office Imaging Solutions (Doha) and AbdulSalam Issa Abu Issa, member of the board of directors of Salam International.
Salam Technology’s strong local presence and proven track-record will ensure that Canon provides the high quality, technologically advanced products required across all industries, the statement said.
Canon has been meeting customers’ demands in Qatar through its direct presence and new and diversified business offerings over the last year and a half, with 50 Canon employees and a full-fledged service and support team.
With its first B2B showroom in place, the company will continue to give Qatari customers the opportunity to receive direct advice on products and services from Canon professionals. “Qatar has been a key market for us and the establishment of Canon Office Imaging Solutions (Doha) as a subsidiary of Canon Middle East, to specially cater to the market is reflective of our commitment to this region,” said Zenti.
“This showroom is designed to provide hands-on demonstrations of our B2B services and solutions to existing and new customers. It is also meant to display our end-to-end business solutions such as professional print, document and imaging management systems to provide a complete portfolio of innovative products and solutions for businesses across a wide variety of sectors,” added Zenti.
“The Qatari market is one of the key, strategic markets for Canon Middle East in the region and our aim is to contribute to the Qatari economy,” said Agrawal.
Wim Wynants, general manager of Canon Office Imaging Solutions (Doha), pointed out that in the showroom, Canon will provide a complete portfolio of innovative products for businesses across a wide variety of sectors. “Our outstanding customer service, thanks to a thoroughly-trained staff, puts us in a position to offer expert advice on Canon products. With this showroom, we will ensure that Canon maintains its position as a leader in imaging solutions and offers unprecedented amenities throughout Qatar.” Canon’s business solutions showroom is located in Bin Omran, Ahmed Bin Ali Street, Town Centre, Doha.
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