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Ingram Micro Australia ups peripheral and UC portfolio with Addcom deal

07 Nov 16

Ingram Micro Australia is aiming to help resellers capitalise on a growing market segment, after signing as the master distributor for telecommunications equipment provider Addcom Contact Solutions.

The deal covers the Addcom range of headsets, the Konftel audio conferencing solutions and Yealink videoconferencing solutions.

Aiden Fitzgerald, Ingram Micro general manager of sales, says: “We carry an extensive range of product from Addcom, Konftel and Yealink, all of which are market leaders in their respective areas.

“In partnership with Addcom we are dedicated to meeting the demand in this growing market segment.”

Craig Alvarez, Addcom managing director, says the two companies will be working together to educate resellers on Addcom’s range of traditional IP, UC and Skype for Business compatible peripherals categories.

“The appointment goes a long way towards strengthening the exposure of Addcom Contact Solutions in Australia and expands the reach of the Addcom, Konftel and Yealink brands,” Alvarez says.

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