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Dicker Data NZ ups remote play with TeamViewer deal

20 Apr 17

Dicker Data New Zealand says an exclusive distribution deal with remote control, support and access and IoT vendor TeamViewer will bring net-new partnership opportunities for the distributor and its channel.

German-based TeamViewer focuses on cloud-based technologies to enable online support and real-time collaboration across the globe, providing remote control, remote support, remote access and IoT solutions.

Dicker Data says it will launch subscription licenses during the first half of the year. Pricing details will be available to Dicker Data’s resellers from 02 May.

Lou Nunn, Dicker Data New Zealand software business unit manager, says the vendor is the global leader in remote connectivity.

“Their solutions will not only complement our existing line up of software brands, but will also allows us to unveil net-new partnership opportunities,” Nunn says.

“We are extremely excited to present TeamViewer to our New Zealand customers.”

Stephen Pech, TeamViewer APAC head of channels, says Dicker Data New Zealand is a strong software and cloud distributor who can provide both extensive licensing capabilities and reseller coverage.

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