Digitec has now opened its new branch in Kimbe, West New Britain.
Digitec is set to provide a ‘one-stop shop’ for all your ICT needs with the following four (4) pillars that make service the heart of this company;
• Retailing: where you purchase ICT products and services of your choice;
• Sales division: highly skilled staff who will guide you to having the best solution to suit the nature of your business;
• Service Department: provide before and after sale support, workshop and repair and vendor training; and
• Data Support: with the latest state of the art technology on the market to keep a record, archive and restore data especially for large enterprise companies and organisations that operate database systems.
The launch started with the blessing and dedication of their new office at Malama building by Catholic Bishop, William Bill Fey.
The blessings was witnessed by WNB Governor, Sasindran Muthuvel, Digitec CEO Nirmal Signh, Managing Director Nishith Muchhala, the NBPOL Management and other corporate houses.
“Our solutions are based on customer demand and need, we are driven to provide our products and services to the best interest of our customers to see them grow because our growth depends on our customers progress,” said Digitec CEO Nirmal Singh.
Digitec is focused on serving its clients and operating according to their commitment to, as the distributor of the DELL products which is the trusted preferred brand for the Oil Palm giant, Digitec made a commitment to set up a branch in town to provide after sales support services and in turn extend its professional services to the general public and business houses.
“Kimbe already has training institutions providing IT Training courses and our establishment in the Province will also provide an “on the job” training avenue and employment opportunities for upcoming ICT professionals on home soil,” said Nirmal.
Being a proud distributor of trusted brands such as DELL, HP, Toshiba, Ricoh and Lenovo to name a few, Digitec will also be going into wholesale distribution of ICT Products in the near future to encourage locals to start up their own ICT services and extend their services locally to embrace the changes in technology as it is what drives the economy both locally and globally.