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OMS bags media duties for Panasonic Office Automation Systems

28-November-2006
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OMS bags media duties for Panasonic Office Automation Systems

Close on the heels of winning the Panasonic Toughbook laptop business, Optimum Media Solutions (OMS), Ahmedabad, has bagged the media duties for Panasonic Office Automation Systems. The size of the business is estimated to be around Rs 5 crore. With the current win, the total account size will now add up to Rs 8-10 crore.

Chandradeep Mitra, President, OMS, said, “This win is a reward for the OMS Ahmedabad team, which has been able to win the confidence of this international client by the high standard of their planning, buying and implementation capabilities.”

Prashant Gadhavi, Head of OMS, Ahmedabad, said, “Our work on Panasonic has been of a high quality, which has resulted in OMS bagging additional business from this prestigious client.”

The Panasonic Office Automation Systems range includes a broad line of digital-imaging systems, telecom systems, computer peripherals and office system products designed specifically for business use.

Panasonic Systems Asia Pacific Ltd markets office automation products, including fax and Internet fax machines, EPABX and cordless phone systems, digital copiers, network multifunction devices, document management systems, scanners, electronic whiteboards, color and monochrome laser printers, and impact printers. The focus of the company is on making everyday office tasks simpler, convenient and more energy efficient.

OMS also handles the entire planning, buying and implementation business for Reliance ADAG, one the largest AOR clients in the country. Panasonic joins the roster of a number of prestigious clients handled by OMS, including Reliance ADAG, Paras, HBO, ICI Paints, Electrotherm, LIC, SBI, HPCL, Air India, Zenith Computers, MTDC, Amway, Grasim, TTK, Sify, Jyothi Laboratories, RmKV Silks, Olympus and Orpat.

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