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Connector Systems bags another Aussie win

07 Nov 13

German-based networking vendor Digital Data Communications (DDC) has announced a distribution partnership in Australia with Connector Systems.

Terms of the agreement will see Connector Systems distribute a wide range of networking product from the brands owned by the DDC group including LevelOne, Equip and Conceptronic.

“We work to a well-defined vendor strategy at Connector Systems," says Andrew Craze, Country Manager for Australian operations, Connector Systems.

"Our approach is to partner with innovative companies who offer something unique and compelling.

"We then overlay our pre-sales knowledge and customer service, resulting in a fresh offering that our customers can build their businesses on.

"The DDC Group is a perfect fit, providing a quality product portfolio of advanced technologies that represent great value for money, all backed by a global player that understands the needs of its customers.”

CEO of the DDC group, Amanda Chen, believes the partnership will extend the reach of the company into new markets in Australia, leveraging the strength of Connector Systems’ reseller network to expand sales in areas such as mining, manufacturing and transport hubs.

“We already have a presence in the local surveillance and digital signage markets, which we will continue to develop, but the partnership with Connector Systems will give us an opportunity to diversify our offering in Australia,” Chen adds.

Based in Dortmund, Germany, with an APAC base in Taiwan, DDC has manufactured networking equipment for 25 years, has offices in over 20 countries worldwide and distributes product to more than 70 countries.

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