Odilon A. Santos, an alumni of Pio Valenzuela Elementary School (PVES) in Valenzuela City and the President and CEO of Delsan Office Systems Corporation, supports for the improvement of his former school.
The is under the Adopt-A-School program of the Department of Education, Delsan Office Systems Corporation helped in the renovation and rehabilitation of the Gabaldon Building of the school. Delsan also gave over 10 laser printers and one projector to the principal of PVES Lilibeth S. Gozo with the presence of Adopt-A-School coordinator Sammy B. Mariano. This is in lieu of Delsan’s personal commitment to help society in education is Santos’ primary advocacy, he encourages the private sector to help in the upgrading and modernization of public schools nationwide.
In supporting the Adopt-A-School program is another way of Delsan Office Systems Corporation in giving back to society which has welcomed and patronized its services of over the past 25 years. With the equipment donated by his company to PVES, it shall make learning among students become more interactive and encourages the teachers to embrace innovation without changing their ways of teaching.
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Delsan is not just a toner and printer solutions provider but molding into a business process solutions provider, always finding ways to deliver better products and technology for the office environment. Santos believed that Delsan will still have a long way to go, but with the help of the people behind it, Delsan will continue to soar and help the companies enhance their office environment.
“Delsan started small, in a one-room office with 3 partners. Now we have 252 employees, located in several offices all over the country, serving more than 2,000 valued clients. As what Steve Jobs said, it is not the customers’ job to spot what they want. It is for us, especially those in the service industry, to not only create but also educate the user about products or solutions that are sustainable and eco-friendly,” says Santos.