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Digital Printing Solutions Expo held in Accra


Skysat Technologies Limited, the sole distributors of Konica Minolta digital print solutions has held its second digital exhibition in Accra.

The expo is organized by the company in collaboration with its business partners to promote digital print solutions in Ghana.


The event which brought together IT Professionals, corporate bodies, government, educational institutions, and business owners is to teach them how to effectively manage workflow, office print efficiency and lowest cost per print.

Speaking at the expo, Executive Director of Skysat Technologies, Ramzi Debs said they are committed to bringing news services that will optimize and improve the efficiency of your office document workflow.


“We have a full array of products, including new software and hardware solutions for the education sector, banking, corporate, hospitality industry” he stated.


As part of its commitment to ensure efficiency, Mr. Debs said they have introduced the AccurioPress Color series digital press with advanced features to help businesses expand into new markets and develop new revenue streams.


He said the new machine has 2-sided banner printing upto 30, professional finishing options, high productivity with speed up to 80ppm and real-time automated quality adjustments.

“Holding this exhibition is therefore part of the Company’ plan to consolidate and grow its market share in the office documentation and digital printing sector to support efforts of the government  to attract foreign direct investment, reduce capital flight and create jobs for the teeming unemployed Ghanaians” he added.

Mr. Debs revealed that, the company is also introducing incentives and discounts during the exhibition to support acquisition of our products.


Also, the Chief Executive of Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement System (GhIPSS), Archie Hesse commended Skysat Technologies for the exhibition.

He underscored the need for a paradigm-shift business model to take advantage of modern technology.


The GhIPSS CEO could not fathom why companies will use its capital to purchase printers when there are leasing options to cut cost.


Archie Hesse also charged the public to resort more to electronic forms of payment in order to reduce their exposure to armed robbery and related risks. 

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