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Sapply named new Teradici distributor

Sapply named new Teradici distributor

Canadian vendor adds to existing partnership with TrackITOnline

Canadian PC-over-IP (PCoIP) hardware and software vendor, Teradici, is expanding its Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ) footprint through a new distribution partnership with Sapply.

Sapply is a Sydney-based value-added distributor (VAD) of infrastructure and enterprise hardware.

The agreement adds to the companies’ existing agreement for South East Asia in which Sapply supplies Teradici’s products via its Singapore office.

According to a statement from Sapply, the new contract follows a growth in demand and projects involving PCoIP in A/NZ, and will allow the distributor to better support customers in capitalising on the growing interest for the technology.

Sapply also said Teradici is a natural fit as its PCoIP solutions align with the distributor’s goal of representing vendors which focus on the specific needs of the enterprise market.

Teradici holds an existing distribution agreement in A/NZ with enterprise software distributor, TrackITOnline, which was signed in July 2012.

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