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Simms International gets rugged

18 Feb 10

Motion Computing has announced that Simms International has been appointed as a New Zealand distributor for the company’s range of rugged Tablet PCs and accessories.

Starting today, Simms International will distribute Motion’s entire range of mobile solutions, including the rugged J3400 and F5 Tablet PCs and the C5 mobile clinical assistant (MCA).

Motion has an existing partnership with Simms International in Australia and said that they were hoping to expand the regional business in the corporate, government and health sectors.

“Together, we can cement and enhance the Motion brand in New Zealand through identified opportunities and by ‘exporting’ existing Australian customer deployments to their New Zealand counterparts,” said Brett Gross, Motion’s Regional Sales Manager for ANZ.

Simms International was established in New Zealand last month and is headed by Paul Johnston, who was previously MD at Renaissance.

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