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Synnex and Computergate announce NZ partnership

20 Feb 17

​The New Zealand branches of Synnex and Computergate have inked a deal to bring extended warranties to Intel NUC products.

Synnex New Zealand (the wholly owned subsidiary of Synnex Technology International Corporation, of the largest IT distribution companies in both Australia and Asia Pacific) teamed up with Computergate (an Australian-owned managed IT maintenance services company that recently opened a branch in Auckland) to improve the experience for end-users.

According to Synnex, they endeavour to be of service to all businesses in the ICT industry, including SME Resellers, System Integrators, Computer Retailers, Original Equipment Manufacturers, Corporate Retailers, National Retailers and VARs, and this deal with Computergate will certainly be of value.

Essentially, it means that from the time-of-purchase, an extended warranty can be added, helping to ensure that purchasers are always covered as the addition will give the end-user a next business day on-site warranty, which includes parts and labour.

Gavin Benson from Computergate says the partnership will result in a much better experience for end-users.

“The extended warranty provides peace of mind for the lifespan of the NUC and brings an on-site component to a product where it was previously not available,” Benson says.

The extended warranty will be available through Synnex on all Intel NUC products that they currently distribute, while a limited launch offer for in warranty NUC products already purchased is also available.

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