Vision Eye Q in Goa becomes the third Zeiss Vision Centre in the country
Zeiss Vision Centres, known world-over for their quality and attention to detail represent a unique business model that enables ZEISS to use its years of expertise in optics, to create an individual business proposition for selected business partners. The core purpose of these vision centre’s is to deliver a differentiated consumer shopping experience at the ZEISS-branded stores.
The 3rd ZEISS Vision Centre in India was inaugurated in Goa on the 20th of November. 2015. The store known as Vision Eye Q is owned by Mr. Rodolfo Dias and his sons Mr. Russel Dias and Mr. Kenneth Dias. It has a 65 year heritage of serving patrons in the region. Mr. Daniel Sims, Managing Director, Carl Zeiss India and Mr. Hedwig Dias of Dias family, inaugurated the store.
The Zeiss vision store is a unique business concept. The eye care professionals working in such stores are trained to extensively use the ZEISS superior optical technology and to empower consumers to choose the most beneficial customised lens solutions for their needs. The latest in measurement techniques as well as comprehensive consultations, called the ZEISS Visual Analysis, ensures that customers get the option that meets their requirements and provides best visual acuity.
Known for its world class products and services, Zeiss extends its state of the art services to various parts of the country through the unique concept of vision stores. The focus is on ensuring that customers are able to avail world class services when it comes to eye care.
Vision Eye Q has various state of the art dispensing instruments from Zeiss. These include i.Profiler Plus and the i.Terminal 2 along with the all new SRU (Subjective Refraction Unit) from ZEISS. Other devices being used by them are the VISUSCREEN (Advanced digital vision screen) and VISUPHOR (Advanced auto phoropter) – also the latest introductions from ZEISS.
Through this store, Zeiss facilitates the possibility of getting lenses which are accurate to 1/100th of a dioptre, something that is usually a challenge for opticians with limited equipment. The new Zeiss vision centre will be able to dispense very superior lenses ranging from lenses for night vision to lenses that are as individual as a finger-print.