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Tenda names Alloys as national distributor

24 Jul 2019

Alloys has formed a strategic value-add distribution partnership with Tenda, a supplier of networking devices and equipment, across the Australian market.

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

They have demonstrated the best go-to-market approach for Tenda’s award-winning solutions that serve the small and medium business and enterprise markets.

 “Alloys’ distribution capability and specialist services are exactly what Tenda needs to develop our business in Australia SME markets.” says Tenda Australia managing director Jeffrey Wang.

“Through the strategic partnership, we will not only supply products and solutions, but also provide comprehensive services and technical supports, to SME resellers and system integrators across Australia.”

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

“We believe Tenda is a great addition to our growing technology products portfolio. Tenda brings innovative products and solutions that will fit in well with not only our IT customers, but we also see an opportunity to be able to offer Tenda’s products to resellers in other markets like; IP telephony, security integrators for use with IP security cameras and our growing reseller database of IOT integrators and resellers,” says Alloys technology solutions national business manager Andrew Rubin.

“We will be presenting Tenda as part of our Security and Automation solution in our Stand number B7 at The Security Exhibition 2019 in Sydney ICC.”

Last month, Alloys was also appointed the national distributor for Wireless display and collaboration solutions provider Actiontec.

The two companies aim to target the enterprise and education markets by combining Actiontec’s wireless display solutions with Alloys’ ‘non-traditional’ approach to distribution.

 ScreenBeam wireless display and collaboration solutions deliver an app-free wireless experience on all major OS platforms, bringing collaboration to meeting spaces or classrooms. 

It also enables mass deployment of secured and manageable wireless display.

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