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Computer Dymanics adds Addcom and Konftel to portfolio

02 Nov 15

Computer Dynamics has bolstered its vendor portfolio, winning exclusive New Zealand distribution rights to Addcom’s range of headsets and Konftel’s range of conference phones.

Fletcher Prendergast, Computer Dynamics national sales manager, says the two brands are a logical fit to Computer Dynamics existing product range.

The deal covers both the wired and wireless AddCom headset range and Konftel’s conference phone range.

“This moves us one step closer to becoming a one-stop shop distributor,” Prendergast says.

“We pride ourselves on providing the very best in service and support, which are fundamental foundations to increased market share for these two premium branded offerings,” he adds.

Craig Alvarex, Addcom managing director, says the appointment of Computer Dynamics as an authorised distributor will help Addcom streamline and support its ordering and fulfilment processes, ensuring stock is readily available to resellers in New Zealand.

“We are looking forward to working together to deliver great product and customer experiences for the Addcom and Konftel ranges,” Alvarez says.

He says Computer Dynamics sales and support abilities and their well established foothold in the New Zealand market were key to the appointment.

The 100% Kiwi owned and operated distributor of network cabling solutions, computer/audio video cables and networking and communications technologies has been in the local market since 1989 and actively stocks more than 4000 products, sold exclusively through its reseller channel.

Both lines are available for resellers to purchase now.

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