Local company secures deal with Hewlett Packard

By Deidre Tautua-Fanene ,

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SEALING THE DEAL: Representative from HP Supplies Sales Manager for Printing and Personal Systems Suzzane Wheeler, President of S.S.A.B. Fiti Leung Wai, Gaseimaninoa Pelenato, Leon Soonalole, Ricky Main, Savelio Vito and Nancy Vito.

SEALING THE DEAL: Representative from HP Supplies Sales Manager for Printing and Personal Systems Suzzane Wheeler, President of S.S.A.B. Fiti Leung Wai, Gaseimaninoa Pelenato, Leon Soonalole, Ricky Main, Savelio Vito and Nancy Vito. (Photo: Supplied)

Samoa Stationery and Books (S.S.A.B.) has sealed its partnership with Hewlett Packard (H.P.) New Zealand.

The deal means S.S.A.B. becomes the only authorised seller of H.P. products in Samoa.

It’s exciting news, the Marketing Manager of S.S.A.B., Asia Stanley says.

Suzanne Wheeler, Supplies Sales Manager for Printing and Personal Systems is in Samoa to place a stamp on the deal. She also conducted a training for S.S.A.B. staff.

 “We have been working together with H.P. for more than five years now and we are very pleased to seal this great deal with them,” said the Marketing Manager.

“It is very important to buy from H.P. Managed Gold Partner because they can provide the after sales support needed for H.P. products and that its gold partner has HP’s full support.”

“She also came here to see how H.P. can help the Samoa market.”

President Fiti Leung Wai said: “We want our customers to be protected especially the H.P. products they are purchasing from S.S.A.B. because they are costly.”

“Our service does not end at the first point of sale when it comes to H.P. products, it is an ongoing process and this is when S.S.A.B’s strong after sales support comes in – looking after and servicing these H.P. products.”

“I also want our people to benefit from it and I don’t want Samoa to be left behind when it comes to technologies.”

Stanley said this is H.P’s first visit to Samoa.

“H.P. needs no introduction to the country as it is a popular international brand,” said Stanley. 

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