Epson exhibits latest technology at Asia Expo 2018

posted September 01, 2018 at 08:30 pm
by  Manila Standard
EPSON showcased its array of business technologies as it joined this year’s Stores Asia Expo, held recently at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.

Organized by the Philippines Retailers Association, the said expo coincides with this year’s 25th National Retailers Conference, gathering over a thousand top executives of retail giants in the local and international markets. The Stores Asia Expo also featured over a hundred exhibitors, offering products, services, and solutions for business enterprises.

Epson displayed its array of business systems that can help enterprises step up their game. 
As one of the exhibitors, Epson displayed its array of business systems that can help enterprises step up their game to meet the needs of today’s customers, as well as to stay ahead in the increasingly demanding industry.

“As a tech company, Epson understands that businesses are now urged to integrate the latest digital technologies to adhere to their customers’ demands. In today's digital shift, customers demand more engagements that is why we are constantly introducing cutting-edge products and solutions that can help not just meet their expectations but also, to exceed their vision," said Eduardo Bonoan, Director of Marketing Division of Epson Philippines.

Among the products featured by Epson during the event are its advanced solutions, from its range of Point-of-Sale (POS) receipt, Label, and inkjet printers, to some of its latest projectors, such as the Interactive and LightScene projectors.

“With our obsession to details, Epson combines inventiveness in technology with equally inquisitive insight to understand, anticipate, and overcome the new and evolving challenges of our customers. We always engineer effective and compelling solutions that yield both performance gains and cutting-edge advances that enable new possibilities," added Bonoan.

Topics: Epson , Stores Asia Expo 2018
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