Fujitsu Siemens calls on Cadensworth
Fujitsu Siemens Computers has bolstered its regional spare parts availability with the appointment of Cadensworth as its authorised parts reseller for the Middle East.
Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) has bolstered its regional spare parts availability with the appointment of Cadensworth as its authorised parts reseller (APR) for the Middle East. The hardware vendor claims that the agreement will ensure greater stock availability for its service partners in the region and faster delivery times, allowing them to react to end-user needs even faster.
Cadensworth FZCO, based in Jebel Ali, is part of a wider group headquartered in Singapore with operations spanning Asia-Pacific, the Indian sub-continent and the Middle East. The group represents 15 major brands providing a range of after-sales and maintenance services.
“With our business showing continued growth we are reviewing our systems and procedures on an ongoing basis to ensure that we deliver, and maintain, the highest standards of customer care,” said Toni Junghaenel, service manager Middle East at FSC. “The new partnership with Cadensworth, a major solution provider in the spare parts area, gives us certainty that we will be able to deliver superior service to our market and our partners.”
“In particular, the alliance with Cadensworth will give a significant boost to our new business strategy, which is focused on large enterprises,” added Junghaenel. “Strong logistical support from Cadensworth will guarantee that spare parts are delivered in the quickest time possible, thereby keeping down-time to a minimum. We will also be able to offer our clients a customised service, through direct access to the spares depot.”
“As an experienced supplier of authorised spare parts for major players, Cadensworth has developed strong expertise in selling spares to service providers and other customers in the region,” said Radha Krishnan, business manager at Cadensworth FZCO.
“Cadensworth has a dedicated warehouse for spare parts backed by an excellent infrastructure; our operations are driven by a business process that is fully web-enabled. By adding Fujitsu Siemens Computers to our portfolio of high-profile IT clients, we are confident that this partnership will trigger a major transformation in the company’s spare parts delivery chain,” added Krishnan.
With buyers looking beyond the up-front price when it comes to IT purchases, post-sales service and support is becoming a key differentiator between vendors in the region.