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Alloy Computers named top-level snom distributor

17 Jan 12

Alloy Computer Products has been appointed as a platinum distributor by IP communication technology vendor snom, the only Oceania reseller to achieve the top level this year and one of only nine worldwide.

Dr Michael Nkieling, executive director at snom, says the platinum status reflects not only sales but also ‘fantastic’ customer support and knowledge of the snom product portfolio.

"These distributors have gone above and beyond simply selling our products.”

As a platinum partner, Alloy will have access to a number of partner benefits, including additional channel advertising support, participation in joint marketing campaigns, additional sales activity and inclusion in the snom Certified Engineer program.

Karl Baker, marketing director at Alloy, says his company had a very successful year with snom in 2011.

"We have put a lot of work into further developing our distribution channels in Australia and New Zealand, and the results of that work have shown through in good levels of sales for 2011,” Baker says.

"We believe 2012 will be another exciting year for the local snom channels.”

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