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PC Tools teams with Dick Smith

PC Tools teams with Dick Smith

PC Tools has formed a retail partnership with Dick Smith Electronics to offer its Spyware Doctor with Antivirus and a Registry Mechanic/Internet Security bundle.

The partnership follows the local launch of PC Tools' 2011 product portfolio last month.

"New Zealand has always been part of our global expansion plans and the acquisition of PC Tools by Symantec has provided us with an opportunity to leverage strong Symantec partner relationships – such as with Dick Smith in New Zealand, to extend our customer reach and improve availability via multiple touch points," says PC Tools director of sales Robert Oostergetel.

Dick Smith's computer business manager Tim Gunn says the PC Tools partnership has strengthened his company's relationship with Symantec and means it can offer a wider range of products to meet customer needs.


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