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Silicon Valley selects Comworth

16 Aug 10

Silicon Valley-based Zultys has selected Comworth to become its New Zealand distributor.

Zultys offers unified communications and IP business phone systems and has been in operating since 2001.

The deal sees Comworth come on board to distribute the full range of Zultys Open Standards SIP-based MX30 and MX250 IP PBX Phone systems, IP Phones, MXIE unified comms software and MXmeeting web conferencing platforms to the New Zealand market.

“Comworth’s extensive IP telephony expertise and high profile in the marketplace make them the ideal distribution partner for Zultys," said Martin Trigg, Zultys’ Regional Director for Australia and New Zealand. "As a full service distributor, Comworth is able to deliver real value to our channel partners through pre- and post-sales support, product training and technical support services."

Mike Read, Comworth’s Business Manager for IP Telephony, added, “Comworth is delighted to add Zultys to its range of IT products. An industry leading, multi award winning, product such as Zultys, backed with Comworth’s resources and excellent market standing is sure to be a winning combination. We are incredibly excited to be bringing this product range to the New Zealand market.”

Comworth recently launched a new website that it says is a "valuable tool" for resellers.

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