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Konica Minolta invests in Indian facilities

July 1, 2013

The OEM has spent over $1 million on the Digital Imaging Square in Gurgaon.gurgaontower

India PR Wire reported that Konica Minolta has invested over $1 million (€766,692) in its Digital Imaging Square (DIS) facility in its Gurgaon corporate office in India. The DIS facility, which covers an area of 5,777 square feet at the Cyber City complex, will host the OEM’s latest MFPs and production printers for demonstration to corporate and commercial clientele.

Konica Minolta added that “there will be dedicated manpower placed at the store to help the customers to create their solutions”, with companies of varying size catered for with the OEM’s different types of machine and solutions on offer. Customers who “want to check the latest innovations in the field of IT” can also walk into the centre “to get a feel of the various capabilities” of the machines on offer.

Tadahiko Sumitani, Managing Director of Konica Minolta Business Solutions India Pvt Ltd., stated: “India is one of the important markets for Konica Minolta and our objective is to continue our top positioning in the Production Printing segment and notch up at least 25 percent of market share in the office environment in coming two year’s time.

“We can do it by sharpening our focus on partner centric activities and enable them to meet customer expectations. Since the start of our operation in September 2010, our focus has been on driving solutions. We are expecting to open few more DIS centres in major metros in India in forthcoming years. This will help us explain our solutions to end-customers and our partners in a very convenient manner.”

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