Filing company share product benefits with clients

By Deidre Tautua-Fanene ,

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The participants of the Filecorp training from different organizations.

The participants of the Filecorp training from different organizations.

How Filecorp products can help save money, time and space was the main purpose of the three-day training organised by the Samoa Stationery and Books last week.

Filecorp New Zealand offers filing systems, consultancy services, cabinetry and software solutions that help clients manage and store their records in the most efficient manner possible.

Glennis Bates, of Filecorp NZ Ltd, was in Samoa last week to conduct trainings with government ministries, private organizations and schools about the use of the products.

President and C.E.O. of S.S.A.B, Fiti Leung Wai, said the training sessions were extremely important for Samoa.

“We sell thousands of products but not all companies invest in their experts to come help the Samoan market,” said Mrs. Leung Wai.

“So I’m really appreciative of this golden opportunity for our Samoan customers to better understand Filecorp products.

Facilitator Glennis Bates of Filecorp New Zealand Ltd.
Facilitator Glennis Bates of Filecorp New Zealand Ltd.

“Here at S.S.A.B we believe in not just selling and promoting our products but more importantly we believe in customer awareness and proper training of our core products.

“We stand and believe in Filecorp’s product management record systems as they provide solutions for clients to manage your space and your files effectively.”

Mrs. Leung Wai went on to say that S.S.A.B does not only sell products but they also focus on providing solutions.

Glennis Bates has been in the records management system for more than 25 years and working for Filecorp NZ Ltd based in Auckland for the past 11 years. 

Filecorp has been supplying the Samoan market through S.S.A.B different types of files, clips, cabinetry, software and accessories. 

Glennis has been conducting trainings for SSAB’s customers in Samoa for many years.

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