January 28, 2021

Wacom’s Bangalore Demo Centre opens door

Wacom the global leader in pen tablets & displays, started a new chapter by Wacomopening its second Demo Centre in India’s animation and designhub, Bangalore.

The demo centre is situated at a very central and convenient location of Wilson Gardenat #439, 3rd Cross, 6th Main, Wilson Garden.

It was inaugurated on 3rd March, 2015 by theWacom’s Asia-Pacific-Japan Director Mr. Komiyama Shigeki in the presence of Asia-Pacific Director Mr. Fujisaki Noboru and Wacom India Managing Director Mr Manu Nanda
The Demo & Training centre is designed keeping in mind the need and comfort of the customers. The designers & design students can come and spend as much time to choose best suitable product for them.

Opened from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 6 pm, it has all the range of Wacom Creative, Consumer and Business Products on display and ready for trial.

Mr. Komiyama commented “Looking at the flux in Design industry in India, it was essential that we tap and invest in the market. A lot of designers switching from mouse to pen tablets give us an opportunity to grow as a brand. We have been helping design and paperless workflow customers for over 32 years now, and still growing at a rapid pace. We have our customers to thank for their support, and this is for them”

“It is a happy day for Wacom India to introduce yet another demo centre in India. With an outstanding and overwhelming response to Wacom products from the design fraternity of Bangalore, it was our duty to reciprocate to them. The demo centre is a step in getting close to our existing customers and reaching out to our prospective ones.I dedicate this place to the designers & design students of Bangalore. I am sure they will love the experience here” said Mr. Manu Nanda, Managing Director of Wacom India, who thinks this demo centre will soon become a design confluence place.

Mr. Fujisaki also shared his thoughts by saying-“India is an upcoming and promising market that has a great avenue in growing as a design Industry. Hence, the opening of the design and training centre will make a big difference. Wacom products have been selling in India for past 15 years, and we have been part of India’s design journey as a global player”

The demo centre also has Wacom’s business solution products on display and demo. IT partners can bring their customers for training and showcasing paperless workflow solutions. Wacom India has successfully helped lots of private corporations and government bodies to achieve paperless workflow. Some of them include Gates Foundation, Lanco, Mindtree, Infosys, Wipro, ILFS, BSF, Indian Army, CRPF, Honourable High Courts, Land & Revenue Department, Transport & License Departments, IITs, IIMs, NITs, Visa Centres, Passport SevaKendras, Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Space, Railways, ICICI, SBI, Standard Chartered, PMU Bank, RBS, and many more.