NEC Asia Pacific's Display Solutions Competency Centre (APAC DSCC) started operations in Singapore on 1 July, said the IT and network technologies integrator in a statement.
NEC said the idea behind the establishment of the APAC DSCC in Singapore is to collectively drive the growth of the display solutions market in this region.
"Through a common regional strategy, the APAC DSCC aims to consolidate the display solutions businesses, thereby establishing a more consistent, efficient and effective regional operations," NEC said in its statement.
Vincent Koh, who is also currently the vice president of the multimedia platforms business unit in NEC APAC, spearheads the centre's operations here. Masashi Takaya, director of business planning, also a veteran in the display solutions industry, will assist him. Koh, who is also head of the APAC DSCC, said: "With this DSCC, we hope to achieve greater synergy with our other NEC companies in this region, as well as with our channel partners and distributors who are an extension of NEC in the display solutions community, to jointly present the best and eco-friendly technologies, ideas, products and solutions to our end-user customers."
Starting with Indonesia and India, the APAC DSCC will have its product experts share technical, customer service support and marketing expertise with the display solutions business communities in these countries, to drive greater momentum in sales, NEC said. The centre will also hold technology workshops and product training programmes to educate partners on NEC's product features, product segmentation and positioning.
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