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Connector Systems picks up digital media brand

23 Nov 11

Connector Systems have been appointed as the first New Zealand distributor for English digital media company Tripleplay, adding another brand to its already diverse portfolio.

Tripleplay sells a range of IPTV, video on demand, media portals and digital signage software products, targeting industries as diverse as hospitality, education, corporations, conferences and events, retail, and health.

Mark Dasent, general manager, networking and wireless for Connector Systems, says the company will aim to grow and develop New Zealand’s existing Tripleplay resellers, as well as expand the reseller channel to offer the brand to new markets.

"With initiatives like UFB and with fibre and high-speed networks being rolled out across New Zealand, the opportunity around solutions such as IPTV and digital signage are more than just relevant, they are the next big thing,” Dasent says.

"We want to be a part of this exciting new wave of growth in the IT industry.”

However, resellers will still have to demonstrate a commitment to the brand.

"We are not looking for a glut of resellers,” Dasent says.

"In fact, Tripleplay have very selective processes around signing up partners. Resellers need to be fully trained and certified with the Tripleplay product before they can sell the solution.”

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