Synaxon UK has signed an agreement with Intec Microsystems that will give its members access to discounted stock from the likes of HP, Cisco, Lenovo and APC.
The agreement has been put in place as Intec looks to increase visibility with Synaxon UK’s 700-plus-member network.
Andy Shurmer, sales director at Intec Microsystems, said: “This partnership between Intec and Synaxon UK will bring numerous benefits for our organisation and, more importantly, for our mutual reseller customers.
“It also enables us to show Synaxon’s growing UK member community the range of solutions and the value that we can deliver through the unique blend of products and services we offer.”
Chris Butterworth, head of purchasing at Synaxon, said: “Intec Microsystems is an exciting and dynamic business that delivers exceptional choice and value to its customer – it adds a valuable new dimension to our line-up of supplier partners."
Alongside the discounting, Intec is also offering free-of-charge shipments for Synaxon Premier Partners, with the added benefit of design and installation by qualified engineers.
The full range of products will be available through EGIS, Synaxon UK’s online stock and availability-checking and order management system.
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