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Techplus rebrands as Connector Systems

17 Sep 12

Techplus Distribution has rebranded the company to Connector Systems, effective immediately.

Acquired by the New Zealand based IT distribution company in March 2012, the Techplus company collateral and website has rebranded as Connector Systems, as the company hopes the corporate identification will cement the ANZ operations under the one brand identity.

Specialising in virtualisation and WAN optimisation products, Techplus’ brands include Cyberoam, Kaspersky Lab and Veeam, among others, while Connector Systems sells Aerohive, Brocade, Clearswift, Ruckus, SonicWall and many more.

“Now is the right time to leverage off our Australian and New Zealand coverage, strengths and capabilities,” says Dale Smith, MD of Connector Systems.

"Techplus is still the same company but with a new visual identity.

"Our goal remains unchanged - to deliver value for our resellers and vendors by using our skills, relationships and expertise to create commercial success.”

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