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SMART Technologies Inks Distribution Deal With TD Synnex in USA

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SMART Technologies has a partnership with TD SYNNEX in the United States. TD SYNNEX is a global distributor and solutions aggregator for the IT ecosystem. The companies say this partnership will offer more diverse buying options, giving education, public sector and business customers more ways to access interactive technology that helps create “meaningful connections.”

SMART says its interactive displays are engineered to help users, buyers and channel partners make the most of their time. The displays do this by being easy to integrate, easy to use, easy to support and by offering market-leading longevity and value over time, according to SMART.

“TD SYNNEX is committed to providing technology solutions that deliver customer outcomes today and unlock potential for the future,” SVP Product Management at TD SYNNEX Sandi Stambaugh said. “With SMART Technologies added to our portfolio, we’re able to enrich the breadth and depth of our offerings so partners can reach their goals faster.”

“This partnership is a pivotal step in realizing our commitment to delivering exceptional experiences for our channel partners and customers. It offers faster access to an extensive range of in-stock products, enhanced logistics, and more. We are continuously streamlining business processes for our partners and customers, and this collaboration is an important step in fulfilling that commitment,” executive vice president at SMART Jeff Lowe said.

“The ability to purchase SMART through distribution provides resellers with the benefit of procuring from a single source, making it easier for them to fulfill the full scope of a project and provide their customers with a superior experience. It also increases accessibility and procurement options for resellers who are interested in selling SMART and gives customers more ways to access our technology and transform their learning and working environments,” CEO at SMART Technologies Nicholas Svensson said.

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