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Simms ticks the OptiPlex box

15 Dec 10

Simms International has added another product to its Dell product range, available to authorised Dell resellers through its PartnerDirect programme.

From January 2011, the Dell OptiPlex range of desktops will be stocked by Simms alongside Vostro notebook and desktops, Latitude notebooks and PowerEdge servers.

 “The Dell OptiPlex product family complements the Vostro desktop range with additional features and capabilities for the business user,” said Paul Johnston, Managing Director of Simms International. “We have been providing CTO OptiPlex desktops for a while now and adding these as a regular in-stock item in the New Year will be of tremendous benefit to our resellers and their customers.”

Vaughan Nankivell, General Manager – Corporate and Enterprise at Simms, added, “Our business is 100% channel focussed and this means ensuring we have the right products available to our resellers at the right time.

“The Dell Optiplex family has been a channel favourite for our resellers’ corporate customers and extremely competitive in the market,” he added.

Towards the end of November Simms International expanded its Dell product range by adding the new range of Latitude notebooks to its portfolio.

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