GCG adds Oki rights to roster

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Office automation outfit Gulf Commercial Group (GCG) has been awarded UAE distribution rights for printing vendor Oki’s ‘Executive Series’ multifunction products and colour printer range.

The move adds another dimension to GCG’s portfolio, which includes vendors such as Epson, Kyocera, Kodak and Danka.

“Customers today are looking for ways to maximise their investment.

Oki’s ‘Executive Series’ not only offers them premium performance but also empowers them to create professional colour documents in-house, which minimises outsourcing expenditure, said John Ross, general manager, Oki Middle East.

“We are confident that our new channel partnership with GCG will provide customers best in class products along with tailored service support which will empower businesses to take colour to a new level,” he added.

The Oki ‘Executive Series’ spans a variety of MFP and printing models aimed at corporate customers wanting trouble-free colour document solutions, the firm claimed.

GCG is well-versed in the printing space having been in the market for more than 25 years with customers including ABN Amro.

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