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Singer Sri Lanka organises NUC Solutions Day together with Intel

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From left: Singer Sri Lanka Manager Corporate Sales Waruna Wickramasinghe, Business Development Manager Indika Perera, Director Operations Chandana Samarasinghe, ORELIT Vice President Upendra Pieris, Intel Sri Lanka Country Manager Hussain Fakrudeen, ORELIT Manager IT Operations Mahesh Atapattu and Head of IT Charith Jayanetti

Singer Sri Lanka PLC, the country’s premier consumer durables retailer, organised the first NUC Solutions Day amidst a large corporate gathering at The Kingsbury Hotel, Colombo recently. The event was patronised by Singer Sri Lanka PLC Marketing Director Kumar Samarasinghe, Intel Sri Lanka Country Business Manager Hussain Fakrudeen and the management of Singer Sri Lanka PLC. 

Singer Sri Lanka together with Intel Sri Lanka organised the ‘NUC Solutions Day – Sri Lanka’ with the intent of keeping their clients informed about the Intel Powered Mini PC. Singer has brought a very high demand to the NUC market together with its Corporate Sales Office. Early last quarter Singer Sri Lanka made a record breaking sale supplying the largest NUC sale exemplifying the trust the brand bestow. The Corporate Sales Unit of Singer Sri Lanka’s portfolio of world-class products reflects the company’s commitment to deliver high-quality products from global giants backed by the excellent after-sales service Singer is renowned for.

The Intel NUC (NEXT Unit of Computing) is a powerful 4x4-inch mini PC with entertainment, gaming, and productivity features, including a customisable board that is ready to accept the memory, storage, and operating systems. 

Singer Sri Lanka PLC Marketing Director Kumar Samarasinghe stated, “As an ever growing company who keeps intact with global technological trends, Singer Sri Lanka is organising ‘NUC Solution Day – Sri Lanka’ to reach out to the corporate audience. Through our Corporate Sales Unit, we stand ready to serve the corporate sector with top global brands of computers and peripherals with customised options, enabling highly productive solutions to organisations.”

The NUC is gaining accelerated rates and popularity among the crowds around the world, as it is a product which addresses requirements of household, workplace or the fields of entertainment and gaming. Many define it as an ‘Ideal solution’ for business deployments such as digital signage; kiosk displays vending machines, Point of Sale (POS), banks, entry-level servers for small businesses, etc. It can also be used as a home theatre PC, media servers or ‘personal cloud’ storage.

Intel Sri Lanka Country Manager Hussain Fakrudeen added, “We are pleased to introduce how the power of a full PC can now be held in your hands through the latest Powerful mini PC by Intel NUC. And Singer Sri Lanka is bringing you this Intel designed miniscule footprint to your home and workspace.” He further added, “It’s been few years since this efficient, responsive and engaging technology was launched in Sri Lanka, and it already has a good demand among other new computer technologies.”

Singer Sri Lanka is a leading corporate who has a wide range of technological appliances from top-quality international brands, engaging with its consumer base through the largest distribution network in Sri Lanka of over 420 retail stores and 2,800 dealers spread island-wide and an equally-established after sales service network. The company has won numerous awards for their efforts and out of all Singer has been the number one People’s brand in the country for 12 consecutive years. 

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