Expert prowls for partners

Experts Computers will be looking to sign up new distributors and partners for its various products in the Middle East and Africa at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK

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Expert prowls for partners
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  September 12, 2011

Experts Computers will be looking to sign up new distributors and partners for its various products in the Middle East and Africa at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK.

The company has been a part of the technology event since 1996 and firmly believes in the relevance of the exhibition to its regional operations.

“We have been exhibiting in GITEX since 1996 and we have watched it grow to become one of the world’s top three technology exhibitions. We have had a long and successful history with GITEX which we have cherished over the years. It has enabled major business development for us,” explains Shailendra Rughwani, Managing Director at Experts Computer.

Earlier in the year, the firm launched the Cametron range of security products which comprises biometric products, IP/CCTV cameras and DVR products, in the Middle East, Africa and Asian Sub Continent.

The company also distributes and sells ePRO computer components, a range of accessories and digital devices, Toshiba storage products, Sony projectors, Matrox graphics and video editing cards, Powercom UPSes, Adaptec SCSI cards and Snap Servers as well as a range of CNet networking products and Axel graphics cards. When asked about why GITEX is important to his company, Rughwani explains: “GITEX has been a part of our company’s success in ME as it provides us with the ultimate one stop shop environment whereby we get to meet new customers and talk to our existing partners from different regions.”

Experts Computer is well established in its vendor and customer relationships and believes in getting the right product in at the right time, for the right price. It says that this effort has resulted in having an ability to export leading branded computers, servers, notebooks and projectors from market leaders like Toshiba, Dell, HP-Compaq, Sony, Canon and Sharp.

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