Fujitsu eyes Ethiopian market for the state-of-the-art scanning machines

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Fujitsu, the 7th leading information and communication technology (ICT) company arrives in Ethiopia with the state-of-the-art scanning machines. The company held a dialogue with its existing and potential customers at the Radisson Blue last week. The company saw Ethiopia to be its major destination in Africa, especially in the east.

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In its existence in 100 countries worldwide, Fujitsu, invest hundreds of million dollars every year for its innovation projects. The team showcases the latest personal, office and large projects items which it sells in various countries and large companies including Zenith Bank in Nigeria.
The scan snaps IX-100 technology caught the attendant’s attention and presents competing for a mobile lifestyle which didn’t need direct power which is replaced with a rechargeable battery. Scan snap has an Internal WIFI which can send the scanned images to the mobile, tablet or another device directly.
Adrian Cafferkey, Regional manager of the Fujitsu in Africa told Capital that their company saw Ethiopian market as strategic.
Partnering with Ethiopian DCL the company is expecting to extend business in Ethiopia. The authorized distributer has been working with Fujitsu for almost a year. DCL is a accompany which is working to be leading sales and service support provider on a range of office equipment.

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At its commencement the company has managed to be the official distributor in Ethiopia for a major brand namely Cannon and for other brands such as Gestetner, KINDERMANN, REXEL, NOBO, GBC & Kensington.