Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Sharp Launches New Concept Service Center in Davao And Omotenashi Service Thrust

Edit Posted by with No comments

SHARP has always been a part of our family. When I was still a kid, I remember watching my favorite show, Ghostbusters every Friday at 7 p.m.  on our Black and White SHARP Television. Although, our old black and white TV was damaged 20+ years ago, my mom still keeps it in our house because it has a sentimental value to them; it's the very first TV that they had.

Today, we still enjoy watching television in our durable Sharp Primo TV which has been with us for a  long time. :)

Our Sharp Cybersound radio is still in good condition after more than 10 years of using it and our Sharp Non-CFC Deodorizer Refrigerator still functions well and we are happy and very much satisfied with its long lasting products.

For years, our sharp appliances are still in good condition and with the recent opening of the new Sharp Service Center in Davao City, it would be easy for us to have our appliances checked if there will be something wrong about it in the future. It would be great to experience their 1:1:1 initiative; which promises a 1-hour revert, 1-day response, and 1-week repair; the 48-hour installation guarantee for split-type air conditioners; and the 10-year warranty on all no-frost refrigerators.

Sharp Philippines launched its Davao Service Center last March 23, 2015. With the grand opening of the newly renovated service center, Sharp hopes to expand both its reach and its definition of after-sales service, especially with the introduction of Omotenashi, a customer service thrust that pays tribute to Sharp’s Japanese heritage.

The new Sharp Service Center is located at #44 Sobrecarey St, Obrero, Davao City.

Sharp has been known for its simple engineering marvels designed to make our everyday life easier and more convenient. Their designs and features are user-friendly and intuitive. But what truly sets Sharp apart from other consumer electronic brands is that it prioritizes after-sales service as part of its “products”. Sharp takes pride in its customer service thrust that aims to raise standards of service in the country, the Omotenashi way.

Omotenashi, for the uninitiated, is the Japanese word for “hospitality” – but it means more than that. For the Japanese, Omotenashi is the only way to treat a guest or a customer. It is reflected in many of their traditions – the tea ceremony is a particularly vivid example of the practice. A traditional tea ceremony in Japan is meticulously planned according to the event, the season, and the guests in attendance. Each step that goes into preparing the tea is carefully performed in front of the guest. For the Japanese, service is an art form.

With the opening of the newly renovated Davao service center and the launch of the Omotenashi customer service thrust, Sharp aims to solidify its philosophy of providing innovations to the Filipinos to make daily life better and more convenient.

For more information on Sharp (Phils.) Corporation, visit or like them on Facebook at For inquiries and other concerns, contact 842-7777 (Metro Manila) 1-800-1-888-4952 (Provincial).


Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...