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Dicker Data expands print portfolio with Kyocera appointment

24 Aug 2018

Dicker Data New Zealand has announced that it has been appointed as a distributor for the full range of Kyocera’s award-winning A3 and A4 ECOSYS print and consumables solutions in the New Zealand market.

The new distribution agreement comes into effect as of today.

“Following the successful launch of our partnership with Kyocera in Australia last month, I’m pleased to now be announcing the extension of our distributorship to encompass the New Zealand market,” Dicker Data chairman and CEO David Dicker  

“We’re looking forward to working with the team at Kyocera to accelerate their growth across A/NZ whilst ensuring our partners enjoy above-average profitability through their competitive partner program.”

Kyocera Document Solutions managing director David Finn adds, “I am extremely excited to expand our distribution footprint by partnering with Dicker Data, both parties have experienced impressive growth in recent years and I believe our strong product portfolio coupled with our reseller programs will complement Dicker Data’s already successful business model.    

Dicker Data says that it has stock on hand and is ready to fulfil customer orders effective immediately.

Less than a month ago, Dicker Data added Dell EMC to its distribution portfolio.

The company continues to expand its presence in the New Zealand market with these large, global vendor.

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