Sharp pledges to continue innovating

Sharp managing director Ting Yang Chung (left) and deputy managing director (Sales Division) Tok Sang Man introducing eSHARP, the new e-commerce platform at the virtual convention.

KUCHING: Sharp Electronics (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (Sharp) is looking to consistently produce innovative solutions to aid the nation’s recovery post Covid-19.

In doing this, the company introduced an ecosystem of solutions — the Remote Life concept and the e-commerce platform eSHARP, both debuted at the Sharp Virtual Dealer Convention recently.

Sharp executive managing officer and deputy chief executive officer Robert Wu said the company will continue to innovate solutions to help consumers address the challenges of the present day.

“Over the past few months, the whole world has been driven to adopt digital solutions faster than we’ve ever seen before.

“Given the current emphasis on seamless communication and safety of consumers as we embrace the ‘new normal’, the introduction of Sharp’s Remote Life concept this year is timely for connected environments in classrooms and offices,” he said in a statement issued yesterday.

The Remote Life concept comprises three solutions for three key areas namely, Remote Meeting for businesses, Remote Education Systems for classrooms and Remote Lifestyle for the general user or to operate effectively and safely in the new normal.

On the eSHARP online platform, Wu said the move was done with for customers who want better access to their favourite Sharp products

“Our eSHARP platform represents a ‘second floor’ retail business concept for our customers to shop at and extend our authorised dealers’ physical store presence and compliment their business.

“Customers are assured of a secure online shopping experience and peace of mind knowing the quality of genuine Sharp products from authorised dealers.

“This new business strategy will help our dealers gain online revenue and enhance customer engagement,” explained Wu.