March 20, 2018
The South African office services provider is rolling out a complimentary, no-obligation office assessment service to help businesses boost their efficiency and reduce wastage of both money and resources.
As MYBROADBAND reports, through this assessment, “Nashua’s team considers the equipment, software, and processes of a business, recommending relevant solutions to save businesses both time and money.”
“These assessments are very beneficial, because often companies don’t realise just how inefficient they are until we point out how much time and money we can potentially save them through our various solutions,” says Stefan Stander, Nashua Winelands Managing Director.
Nashua first began doing business in 1973, starting off as a distributor of black and white copiers. Over the years it has expanded its portfolio of products and services to include servers, CCTV, document management, devices, office supplies and more.
“Many businesses don’t realise how vast our product range is, so doing an office assessment gives us the opportunity to establish what the potential needs of a company might be and to identify the opportunities where we can assist,” adds JP Du Toit, Nashua Maritzburg Sales Director.
When Nashua conducts a free office assessment of any business, the company looks at a variety of aspects, including surveillance, access control, fibre, MPS, office accessories and total document workflow. Nashua’s team then creates “a full proposal detailing how efficiency can be increased, costs can be reduced and wastage can be minimised across the board.”
“Once we have assessed the company’s needs, and have analysed day-to-day running costs of the business, we build a cost effective end-to-end solution, tailored to the customer’s specific needs. We certainly don’t operate on a one-size-fits-all approach,” says Du Toit.
However, if the business being assessed already has certain contracts and settlements put in place, these are taken into consideration.
“We will never push a solution for the sake of making a sale – instead, we add value where we can and focus on building meaningful and lasting relationships with our customers,” Du Toit concludes.
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