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Jabra ties local disti deal with Express Data

12 Aug 10

Jabra has appointed Express Data as an official New Zealand distribution partner for its Contact Centre and Office products.

The partnership is said to underpin a strategic decision by Jabra to broaden its national distribution platform in the enterprise networking market, with a specific focus on unified communications.

Express Data’s existing relationships with Microsoft and Cisco, key players in the unified communications market, align with Jabra’s New Zealand distribution strategy.

Mike Powrie, Managing Director of Jabra Australia and New Zealand, said, “With a predicted boom in the uptake and implementation of unified communications in the coming 12 months and beyond, partnering with Express Data is a logical choice for Jabra.

“Express Data’s existing relationships with Cisco and Microsoft ensure our relationship with them will be mutually beneficial. We welcome Express Data as one of our valued distribution partners and look forward to working together to deliver innovative solutions for our customers’ unified communications needs.”

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