As technology giants, electronics manufacturers and retailers were busy showcasing their latest products at Gitex Shopper,
The leading provider of technology products and services for corporate, government, healthcare, education and retail business enterprises is striving to introduce more innovative solutions to consumers and its top brands such as Apple, Panasonic, Philips,
"The world is changing all around us. To continue to thrive as a business leader over the next 10 years and beyond, we must look ahead, understand the trends and forces that will shape our business in the future and move swiftly towards it. Change is innovation and innovation is success.
Based in the
"The company has grown manifold over the past eight years. The surge in demand for flat-screen LCD and LED TVs worldwide over the last five to six years has fuelled the demand for new and innovative accessories including display mounts and HDMI accessories," Tayal said.
He said the company continuously adds new and innovative products to address all consumer needs across all demographics. Last year, it accounted for over 7.8 million units sold for flat-screen TVs with
"We emphasise in addressing the customer need and based on which we design suitable solutions for our customers. Striving to introduce more innovative solutions today our product portfolio range from futuristic mounts — robotic wall brackets, HD retail solutions like HDMI splitters and HD generators, high-speed HDMI cables , wall switches and sockets and Smart TV solutions [Android Mini PC], and others," he said.
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