Canon opens Qatar business showroom with Salam
Venue will focus on high-end printing and imaging solutions
Canon Middle East along with Salam Technology, Canon’s partner in Qatar, opened the doors of its first business solutions Demo Center & Showroom in Qatar.
The opening represents a move by the company to consolidate market share of the Qatar print industry, which is estimated to be worth around $100m.
Designed to meet the growing needs of B2B and industrial sectors in Qatar, the new showroom will be Canon’s central hub for all commercial digital printing requirements, displaying end-to-end business solutions such as large format printers (LFP), document and imaging management systems (DIMS) as well as its range of office and professional printers.
Naoshi Yamada, deputy managing director, Canon Middle East, said: “The digital print market has evolved tremendously and has reached a point where the industry needs to look at customer relationships and businesses need to look for opportunities to deepen these. For example, inspiring and supporting their customers with value added services that will have a positive impact on their business. The opening of a dedicated business solutions showroom that showcases all the possible opportunities within the sector is testament to this.”
Mahmoud El-Deeb, managing director, Salam Technology said: “With the opening of a dedicated business solutions showroom in the region, we are affirming our commitment to the printing business in Qatar. We have seen how it has grown, despite challenging business conditions, and we will support its continued development with Canon’s cutting-edge business print solutions. Customers now will have access to the launch of new products and live customer demonstrations. We are on a mission to provide best value for Canon customers by offering training and seminars on Canon’s latest printing products.”