Exertis is extending its credit line to AV specialists by £10m.
Ian Aitken, director of Exertis Pro AV, said that the credit boost will aid resellers in "bouncing back" from the disruption to their business caused by the pandemic.
"It's been a difficult time for the AV industry where some installations of new equipment have been postponed or cancelled due to the economic uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic," he said.
"In addition, social distancing measures in place have also prevented some projects from being fulfilled. We are certain that the industry will bounce back stronger than ever and to help our loyal customers over this difficult period, we are pleased to provide extra credit to help them do just that."
The broadliner has also bundled its collaborations solutions together, catering to three sizes of meeting spaces - from huddle rooms to board rooms, as well as a remote working option - and offering conferencing options for Microsoft Teams Rooms, Zoom Rooms and Google Hangout Meet Suites.
"The collaboration market remains an opportunity and due to the success of our solutions bundles, we have introduced several more options featuring products from our market-leading portfolio," Aitken continued.
"Our interactive and collaboration solutions team is available to help our resellers ensure their customers have a range of options to help their remote workers become more productive and their meeting spaces meet the demands of the modern workplace with better technology."
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