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Fuji Xerox Singapore launches its first e-commerce website

Zafirah Salim | July 7, 2015
This new website serves as a one-stop online platform for businesses to place their purchase orders online instead of submitting it through fax or postal mails, which helps customers save business costs and improve overall business efficiency.


Screenshot of Fuji Xerox's new e-commerce website

As part of the company's business strategy to build a significant online presence, Fuji Xerox Singapore launched yesterday (July 6, 2015) its first e-commerce platform in Singapore.  

According to the company, this new website (https://shop.fujixerox.com.sg/) aims to provide their customers with a more convenient and accessible alternative to purchase Fuji Xerox's products and other office equipment.

Besides allowing their customers to submit their purchase orders anytime, customers are now also able to access and track their purchases and order history online, including their delivery status and shipping details.

Essentially, this e-commerce website provides a one-stop online platform for businesses to place their purchase orders online instead of submitting it through fax or postal mails. This in turn helps customers save business costs and improve overall business efficiency, said Fuji Xerox in a media statement.

"We are delighted to unveil our first e-commerce website for the Singapore market. With the advent of connected devices and an increasingly globalised world, it is no longer enough to offer traditional services," said Bert Wong, Chief Executive Officer of Fuji Xerox Singapore. "With this new online service, our products are now made more accessible for businesses, providing our customers a better alternative of purchasing office necessities, improving our overall customer service capability."

To mark the launch of this website, Fuji Xerox Singapore will be offering exclusive online promotions for selected items for new and existing Fuji Xerox's customers until July 14, 2015.

 

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