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Dicker Data boosts NZ networking portfolio with Aerohive deal

Dicker Data boosts NZ networking portfolio with Aerohive deal

“Dicker Data completes Aerohive’s partner channel in New Zealand."

Wireless vendor Aerohive has appointed Dicker Data as a distribution partner in New Zealand, in a move designed to leverage the networking capabilities and reach of the distributor in the local market.

“Dicker Data completes Aerohive’s partner channel in New Zealand,” says Rhys Taylor, Country Manager, Aerohive.

“We have grown a great deal over the last couple of years but feel we still have plenty more to achieve. Dicker Data’s partnership is key to us achieving this.”

In addition to logistics, Taylor says Dicker Data New Zealand will provide marketing and partner enablement services to drive reach and sales for Kiwi partners across the country.

“Aerohive is a perfect fit for our organisation, we have strong networking expertise, and with our focus on cloud,” says Phil Presnall, General manager of Sales and Marketing, Dicker Data New Zealand.

“Aerohive also aligns strongly there. We are very excited about the growth opportunity this provides.”

Presnall adds that Aerohive products will be in stock and ready to ship from early September from Dicker Data New Zealand.

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