Kramer Enters Strategic Partnership With Vega Global
Kramer today announced a strategic partnership agreement with Vega Global, a system integrators and managed service provider. By tapping into Vega Global’s wide network of AV and IT resellers, Kramer is hoping this partnership will strengthen its position, globally.
With over 20 offices across Asia, Oceania, and Middle East, Vega Global has an extensive market presence that also includes key verticals like Enterprise, and Education, aligning with Kramer’s market focus, objectives, and business strategies.
Gilad Yron, Kramer CEO, said: “I am thrilled and honored that Kramer is partnering with Vega to redefine how people engage with the world. Our technology powers creativity, productivity, expression, and connections. Therefore, the high-value combination of Vega Global’s market reach and technical expertise together with Kramer’s broad portfolio of industry-leading audio and visual solutions, will greatly benefits organizations who are looking at deploying technology solutions to enable the hybrid workplace. This is just the beginning of a long and successful journey together as strategic global business partners.”
Huaming Gu, Executive Chief Officer of Vega Global, added: “I am excited about Vega Global’s partnership with Kramer: as a business, we always look for partnerships with high quality and reputable brands that deliver professional services to our respective clients. We are looking for this partnership to enhance the customer experience and add value to our clients and we are looking forward to growing the relationship together.”
Echoing the same sentiments, Matthew Deayton, Deputy Executive Chief Officer of Vega Global shares, “We are pleased to partner with Kramer, they have extensive coverage across the APAC and EMEA regions, dovetailing perfectly into the Vega footprint. As companies embrace the new hybrid modes of work having strong collaborations with quality brands is key to delivering best of breed solutions and seamless experiences for our customers.”