Sanyo Office Machines Pty Ltd is a nationally based organisation, established in 1969 as the result of an agreement with Sanyo Electric Company Japan. Our offices throughout Australia provide an advanced level of sales and technical support, staffed by a team of professionals who are highly experienced in all facets of systems integration. We offer a wide range of leading edge technology products, specialising in Point-of-Sale Software and Hardware Solutions.
Sanyo Office Machines has made a substantial investment in dealer networking, to provide a stable support ground for Sanyo products. Since the first contracts were awarded in 1970, Sanyo Office Machines products have been the preference of local, state and federal governments, as well as regularly being accepted for panel period contracts.
Sanyo Office Machines is a very well established and financially sound company.
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Who is Sanyo Office Machines Pty Ltd?
Established in 1969, Sanyo Office Machines Pty Ltd is Australian owned and have MULTI MILLION dollars in paid up capital. Sanyo Office Machines Pty Ltd is the only point of sale vendor in Australia that has achieved the status of Government Endorsed Supplier. To achieve this status a company has to demonstrate financial viability, compliance with relevant standards and a commitment to industry development.
With multi million dollars in paid up capital, we offer you the comfort of dealing with a company that has over 40 years of commitment to the point of sale industry.
Sanyo Office Machines provides an advanced level of sales and technical support, staffed by a team of professionals who are highly experienced in all facets of Point of Sale system integration.
From what other companies have you received quotations?
In the Australian POS market, there are many undercapitalised vendor companies. These are typically companies with less than $1000 in paid up capital and in many circumstances they are a sole trader. These companies often exhaust their resources trying to provide adequate customer care, thus jeopardizing their financial stability and many POS vendors in this category often shut down as quickly as new ones start up.
An investment in a POS solution is also an investment in the company that you are dealing with.
It is highly recommended that you investigate the financial stability of potential suppliers. By Law all companies’ credentials are available to you, for example, Dun and Bradstreet reports.
The amount of paid up capital of a company is an indication of what the owners believe.