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Hitachi Australia signs disty deal with Acme Supplies

Hitachi Australia signs disty deal with Acme Supplies

Havelock North-based Acme Supplies has signed a master agreement with Hitachi Australia to distribute its range of digital presentation offerings.

Aceme has operated for 40 years and specialises in office products.

Hitachi also plans to expand its network of resellers. According to the vendor, it has grown its market share in Australia to 10 percent for interactive whiteboards and is in the top three for market share with its LCD data projectors. Acme was appointed to achieve similar results.

Hitachi Digital Technology Solutions general manager Dipak Kumar says Acme will be providing technical support, product training and educating the channel on the offerings.


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