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Synnex adds cloud printing vendor to boost A/NZ portfolio

27 Jun 2018

Synnex Australia has added Printix as their newest vendor partner.

This agreement means Synnex Australia will expand their cloud services to offer secure cloud printing management services to the channel in Australia and New Zealand.

Synnex is proud to onboard Printix to deliver a modern workplace with its cloud-managed printing platform, ensuring they are at the forefront of the ever-changing technology landscape.

With Synnex’s extensive IT solutions network, this partnership signifies an opening for Printix to introduce business and education services, and add value to new and existing channel partners.

“We have been in discussions with Printix for the past year, and it’s been an exciting road to formulate this dynamic partnership,” says Synnex Australia and New Zealand CEO Kee Ong.

“We are excited to be launching a Serverless and Secure Cloud Print Solution with Printix into the Australian channel. We believe it will add immense value to our MSP resellers, particularly those that service clients with multiple offices. Synnex is continuing to invest in distributing solutions designed for MSP’s, and Printix is an innovative addition to the portfolio.“

Printix is a cloud-based infrastructure platform used to manage and maintaining print environments.

It’s offerings support users to pair up virtually any web-enabled workstation or BYOD device with physical printers, avoiding the complexity of traditional printing methods and systems.

“This will be a fantastic business relationship, that brings significant value and increased momentum to our Australian activities,” says Printix CEO Jesper Christiansen.

“In partnering with Synnex, Australia’s IT managed services community, cloud providers and printer dealers can now confidently introduce to all their customers, a better and far more cost-effective printing service, using cloud technology designed for the modern workforce. In Synnex we have a trusted Partner with the necessary capability, size and expertise to educate, deliver and support innovative SAAS applications like Printix, We very much look forward to a bright future.”

Printix integrates with Microsoft Azure AD and Google G Suite, which fits with Synnex Australia’s cloud focus.

Founded by five IT and print entrepreneurs with a track record of success, Printix currently has headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark and offices in Frankfurt, Germany and Sydney, Australia.

This partnership reinforces Synnex Australia’s commitment to continue to invest heavily in the channel cloud marketplace, expanding Synnex Australia’s cloud portfolio.

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