Reseller group Integra Office Solutions has added 17 new companies to its membership books in 2006.
The new members are split across all divisions with two in Directory, four in Alliance, three in Gold and eight in COG which the organisation has claimed strengthens its position as the UK and Ireland’s leading dealer group.
Patrick Crockett, business manager at Integra said: “The comprehensive support programs we provide appeal to companies of all sizes. We continue to attract dealers seeking greater flexibility and profit opportunities in what is an increasingly competitive market.
“We are delighted to have received really positive feedback from several of the new recruits about the broad range of support services we offer and how this has helped them to make the decision to sign up with Integra.”
Roger Thorley, education consultant at Zentek Solutions, one of the latest members of Integra, said: “We are impressed by the broad range of services Integra offers. Integra is unique, no other organisation in the UK can provide this type of business opportunity.
“Being a member of Integra means we will have noticeable benefits such as more buying power and better prices in what is a highly competitive market. Integra is a perfect partner for us.”
Rick Needle, Integra’s chief executive said: “Zentek, with an annual turnover of £5 million, not only reflects the quality and calibre of members we are attracting, but is also representative of our approach to recruiting and retaining the best dealers and resellers in their respective sectors.”
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