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Konica Minolta organises government customer meet in Assam

07 March 2018

Konica Minolta Business Solutions, in collaboration with its official channel partner Anupam Industrial Corporation, organised a government customer meet in Assam on 26 February 2018. The meet was organised with the key agenda of evaluating and expanding Konica Minolta's footprint in the state. The event also stressed on achieving the objectives of the ambitious Digital India programme, which aims to transform the country into an extensive digital economy.

img-20180227-wa0031-1 The meet was organised with the key agenda of evaluating and expanding Konica Minolta's footprint in the state

With discussions on leveraging eCommerce channels to bolster growth, the gathering also stressed on how government customers purchase Konica Minolta products via eMarkets.

“With India picking up a rapid pace in transforming itself to a digital economy, the government sector is witnessing a significant adoption of digital printing solutions. We, at Konica Minolta, are committed to aid this transformation with our cutting-edge digital industrial printing solutions, capable of catering to a host of printing requirements,” said Praveen Dimri, national manager, government business, Konica Minolta.

“We are also increasing our presence on online channels, including government eMarkets to ensure last mile penetration and unparalleled customer service to our clients,'' added Sanjay Kumar Anand, regional business manager (East & Central India) Konica Minolta.

Nirmal Bothra, MD, Anupam Industrial Corporation said, “We are glad to be a part of Konica Minolta, which, with its extensive network throughout India as well as state of the art products, is ushering in a new digital era in the country. We are committed to create a distinctive image of the company in the region with round the clock customer support to our esteemed customers.”

The meet at Guwahati saw the presence of Konica Minolta's top executives along with key government officials, including North Frontier Railways officials as well as the Directorate of Schedule Caste.

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