OKI Systems’ revenue to climb 36% in Hungary
Japanese printer manufacturer OKI Systems is expecting revenue in Hungary to rise by a year-on-year 36% within its fiscal year which ends in March, Loránd Tamás, the company’s regional finance director, announced yesterday.
Tamás said that the company introduced managed print services and is planning to sell more high-end models.
In the last fiscal year, the company had a revenue of more than HUF 1 bln.
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