By Alice Nantara
MANAGING director of Ricoh New Zealand Mr Mike Pollok said that his company wants to help Solomon Islands unlock its potential through digital technology.
Speaking at an event hosted by the Solomon Islands Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SICCI) at the Heritage Park Hotel yesterday evening, Mr Pollok stressed that Solomon Islands has the potential to improve and digital technology will play a massive role in that.
Right now Ricoh aims to provide the best printing services in the country, giving the chance for all work places to transform into digital working places.
According to Mr Pollok, it is time that businesses or offices consider stop wasting money on expensive printers that cause much hustle and are unreliable and start thinking of trying Ricoh, a Nambawan printing service that’s been around for almost three years now.
Mr Pollok is optimistic about his Company’s endeavours
Ricoh’s Managing Director and his New Zealand team are joined by the Honiara based team to go around and doing talks and promotions.
SICCI have been hosting the business-after-five (BA5) for the purpose of bringing together the business community, encourage networking and the expanding of business opportunities.