OEA Blog
06 Jul 2017

A One-Stop Business Solutions and Peripheral Services Company

Apart from offering business solutions (your core business), why did A.1 Business decide to offer the service of printing company stamps and seals?
Answer (A): Offering convenience and providing total business solutions to our customers have always been one of our business objectives. One of our main businesses is to provide assistance in company set-up, and every company will always need company stamps, name card printing, and other related services.

Q: Can you tell us more about your new DIY Company Stamp Online Portal?
A: This powerful and easy-to-use online portal makes designing and creating self-ink rubber stamps as well as common seals a breeze and sent through last mile delivery providers. To get your own customised rubber stamps, all you need to do is to just select the design, choose the colour, add the needed text, and enter the delivery address at checkout. The rubber stamp will be delivered at the client’s doorsteps within a day.

Q: Why did the company decide to come up with the online portal?
A: Currently, if anyone wants to get a customised rubber stamp, they will need to personally visit a printing company to do the customisation. Our ground-breaking online technology now allows everyone to get customised rubber stamp all in the comfort of their homes and offices without ever stepping out. This disruptive technology will benefit companies and anyone who wants to get company stamps easily.

Q: How do you come up with the best business solutions for your customers? What are some of the clients you have worked with?
A: First, we always listen to understand customer’s needs and requirements. The next step is to break down and diagnose the issues involved. Then based on our years of experience in the industry, we would propose the best solutions for our customers. We are privileged to provide solutions and services to numerous reputable companies, such as National University of Singapore (NUS), Singtel, KPMG and Johnson & Johnson.

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