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Alloys expands communications portfolio with Grandstream

04 Feb 2019

Alloys has been appointed as a distributor for Grandstream, a provider of SIP unified communications solutions.

Alloys provide multistate warehouses, showrooms, in-house training, plus technical, sales and marketing support for SME resellers. 

They demonstrated the best go-to-market approach to Grandstream for its solutions that serve the small and medium business and enterprise markets. 

 “The partnership is a perfect fit for Grandstream as we look for market growth in Australia. Alloys and Grandstream both strive to provide customers with the highest standards of product and service,” says Grandstream APAC marketing specialist Anita Lam.

“We see Alloys as an ideal additional distribution partner to further expand our presence in Australia through their established reseller channel across the Automation, Security and IP Telephony markets. 

“Alloys brings extensive value-added offerings to their reseller channel and prides themselves on being an innovative and non-traditional distributor,” said Ben Miall, National Sales Manager of Australia.”

“We are excited about this new partnership with Grandstream. We have seen increased popularity of IP phones and VoIP systems over the last several years and we believe that the combination of our distribution model with Grandstream’s VoIP solutions will bring significant value to this market,” says Alloys business manager Andrew Rubin. 

“Grandstream and Alloys partnership combines a strong price-to-quality product range with years of expertise in the industry to further develop the local market.”

Alloys have showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane to demonstrate solutions and a team of specialists to assist with personalized product presentations for resellers and their customers. 

Alloys provides a range of non-traditional services, including distribution centres and product demonstration showrooms in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide. 

Grandstream’s open standard SIP-based products offer broad interoperability throughout the industry, along with an array of features and flexibility. 

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