Ingram Micro has introduced new freight pricing marking a major change in the distributor’s delivery policy.
Stories by Kate Palmer
Memory distributor Duo turns ten this month and is planning to go all out in celebrating the milestone.
Datacentre specialist Revera has picked up an award from Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) for Best Storage Implementation of the Year.
Although the economic forecast isn’t exactly looking rosy Renaissance Brands is yet to see any sign of a recession.
Acer NZ country manager Rod Bassi says his company is already off to a strong start this year and recognises the channel is crucial for further growth.
Although it’s been around for over 26 years, networking distributor Connector Systems is looking to the future with its commitment to VoIP technology.
Application management company Altiris expects big things from its software virtualisation solution (SVS).
Industry sources are speculating that Ingram Micro is dramatically under-performing with networking brand Cisco.
Application traffic management company F5 is now offering certification training through its Wellington-based distributor Observatory Crest.
Competitors and their support teams are on the final countdown with less than 48 hours until the start of the 2006 Cure Kids Great Adventure Race.
Printer and copier specialist Ricoh is opening up its printer business to channel partners for the first time.
Following last year’s success the Small Business Expo returns to Auckland over three days in May.
A victim of its own success, Auckland systems integrator OSS has made a move into bigger premises and is also plotting to establish a Wellington office.
After securing exclusive distribution of Check Point’s security software, Lan Systems is quickly ramping up its New Zealand operation.
New research from IDC shows New Zealand businesses have dramatically changed their preferred supplier style in the last two years.
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