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Aastra signs Connector Systems

04 Jul 11

Connector Systems will be distributing Aastra’s range of SIP telephones as well as IP phones for Microsoft Lync and a new business communication platform yet to be launched in the New Zealand market.

Aastra Australia and New Zealand director of sales and marketing, Tony Warhurst says the deal will help both parties expand their reseller partners and extend ‘an extremely strong working relationship with both resellers and customers’.
"Like Aastra, Connector Systems is committed to its existing partners and helping them grow their sales and revenues within their region. We are trying to simplify how our channel does business with us by partnering with flexible and dynamic distribution partners.”

Dale Smith, Connector Systems managing director, says the addition of Aastra to its stable of brands shows it is ‘totally committed to partnering with only the best of breed products on the market’.

Aastra says Connector will also be undertaking local training in the near future.

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