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Simms signs five new vendors

12 Nov 10

Simms International has added five new peripheral lines to its New Zealand reseller channel, which the firm says will compliment its range of Dell, Kingston and Motion Computing products.

Elgato, InvisibleSHIELD, Just Mobile, Kanex, and VMware are the five new vendors.

“Simms is proud to announce the addition of these quality brands to the Simms product portfolio” said Paul Johnston, Managing Director of Simms International. “Our business is 100% channel focussed and our mission is to be the number one partner for our vendors in our chosen markets.”

Michele Harrington, General Manager - Peripherals at Simms International, added, “These products are best of breed in their respective categories. They reflect quality and innovation, address the consumer, education, corporate and government markets and they represent additional value for our resellers”.

Simms International recently picked up the distribution rights to IronKey’s full range of products in Australia and New Zealand.

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