OKI Europe brings its regional businesses together as one entity
To help further its vision of creating an agile, efficient and highly responsive operation, OKI Europe Ltd is bringing together its entire Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) sales operation (with the exception of Russia) under one umbrella. As a result, its current group of sales companies across EMEA, will be combined under one legal entity.
For some time, OKI Europe has been moving towards a single, more united organisation structure with consistent back office processes and efficient and effective sales and marketing programmes including pan EMEA initiatives such as product launches, marketing campaigns and dealer incentives. It believes that replacing multiple and diverse activities under different legal entities with a single, simplified structure will enable more agility and a stronger closer relationship both with the channel and end customers, backed by a larger organisation offering more stability and credibility than the current independent local companies.
‘As we work in an environment which is highly competitive and where customer requirements are continuously changing, we recognise the need to be identified as a credible brand. Bringing all our sales companies into one legal entity with a strong yet simple structure and consistent approach, will help us drive that confidence while maintaining sufficient flexibility to deliver on differing customer needs,’ said Dennie Kawahara, managing director, OKI Europe Ltd.
‘We believe as a company OKI Europe has been demonstrating this flexibility, evolving our product lines with the changes in business brought about by the digital revolution and ever present need for unique demands, while maintaining our high quality at affordable prices. Now as one united business, we believe this decision further enhances our capability to serve our customers and partners in a more consistent, effective and agile way and we are in a good position to move further forward with more confidence as a single robust and resilient operation.’