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Stott Hoare adds Apple to line-up

07 Apr 16

Perth’s Stott Hoare has joined the line-up of official Apple resellers for products and services after signing a new partnership with the tech giant.

Jim Loader, Stott Hoare managing director, says the relationship brings significant benefits for the IT solutions provider in terms of business transformation, productivity and application delivery, and adds additional scope to its ‘already comprehensive’ end-user device range.

“Stott Hoare has always focused on building effective partnerships with Tier 1 vendors and we are excited by the prospect of working with one of the world’s largest and most innovative brands,” Loader says.

He says the partnership includes membership of the Apple Consultants Network as an extension of Stott Hoare’s technical capabilities - something he deems ‘important’.

“It’s another demonstration of our commitment to working with our customers to deliver outstanding solutions that really meet their specific business challenges,” Loader says.

Stott Hoare says the deal further positions it as a leading provider of mobility solutions to a growing client base of corporate, government and education customers.

Stott Hoare’s portfolio of brands, businesses and certifications includes products from VMware, Lenovo, IBM, HP, Pure Storage, Cisco, Dell and Microsoft.

Late last year the company acquired the Southern Cross Computers office in Perth.

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