The first registered computer maintenance centre especially devoted to “Sony Vaio” laptops was inaugurated Tuesday in Tunis.
This center, the first of its kind in North Africa, is under the authority of MIPS Company, one of the largest distributors of technological items in Tunisia. It provides customers with maintenance and repairing services in conformity with the quality standards of the Japanese “Sony” firm.
The centre employs some 10 skilled Tunisian engineers and technicians specializing in maintenance and after-sales services.
The center staff is regularly trained by “Sony Vaio” in the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA), said Assistant Director-General of MIPS Emna Haouala at a news briefing held Monday.
“We plan to open new centers in Sfax and Sousse as part of our plan of logistical support to sales and local services in the countries hosting representations,” she added.
Sales-Director of “Sony Vaio” in the MENA region Shinya Mukaida said, in turn, that the opening of the center is meant to increase the presence of “Sony Vaio” products in the region and more particularly in Tunisia, adding that “the centre will be tasked not only with providing services to customers but also with assisting distributors and retailers of Sony Vaio computer items in Tunisia.”