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Exeed appointed Jendi NZ distributor

03 Aug 2010

Australian-based integrated total communications provider Jendi has appointed Exeed as its New Zealand distributor.

Jendi has been in business nearly four years and says it now offers a comprehensive, integrated total communications solution designed specifically for small and medium-sized businesses.

“An intuitive web-based interface makes it simple enough for anyone to use, anywhere that an appropriate internet connection can be accessed,” says the firm. “A low monthly, per user fee, no upfront software costs and no lock in contracts means everyone accesses the business tools they need.”

Exeed will combine this with HP Proliant servers and HP ProCurve networking infrastructure.

Antony Flutey, Jendi New Zealand Country Manager, confirmed to The Channel that the firm has partnered with Exeed and will work with resellers to build relationships.

He said that in the short term the company is looking to appoint 12 Auckland-based resellers and six in Wellington and Christchurch.

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