Casio data capture products to enter Australian market

Casio DT-X7 portable barcode data terminal

Australian business technology company ASP Microcomputers is set to form a partnership with Casio Japan for a range of mobile business solution products.

ASP has been appointed as Casio Japan’s Australian partner to provide its technologies for the development of mobile barcode terminals and industrial PDAs.

Welcoming the alliance, ASP director Robert Kogoi said: “We intend to deliver the same level of professionalism and innovation to both the Casio brand and the respected range of mobile business solutions products in Australia.”

Casino Japan manager of Overseas Marketing and Sales Division Hiroshi Inami said partnering with an eligible local company has been a key factor in successful overseas operations. 

“We were looking for a company who had broad experience and knowledge in the integration of solutions using mobile products,” Mr Inami said.

“Casio is successful in many overseas countries where there is a partner who understands the ins and outs of the products and it is time for Australian businesses to gain the benefits that the Casio products can offer.”

With over 30 years’ experience, ASP has worked with government departments and businesses, such as the Australian Bureau of Statistics and Telstra Payphones, providing technologies including barcode, RFID, Ethernet, WiFi and GPRS & GSM data transfer.

For more information on the Casio range of mobile business solutions visit www.asp.com.au/casio.   

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