Epson projects big things with IDT NZ distie deal

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Epson NZ has appointed IDT NZ as a distributor of Epson’s projector and interactive product ranges in the New Zealand market.

Epson, a market leader and number 1 projector brand in the ANZ region, has recently launched new range of high end installation projectors and interactive devices.

These ground breaking products open up new markets and opportunities for resellers and AV specialists dealing with Education, Corporate, Hospitality and Retail sectors.

IDT NZ is one of New Zealand’s premier importers and distributors of world leading audio, video, data distribution and display technology.

With more than ten years experience, IDT has been providing specialised products and support to AV professionals and resellers across ANZ.

“The appointment of IDT NZ is a critical part of our market and channel support strategy,: says Mike Conza, Business Manager, Epson NZ.

“Technology trends indicate that the corporate market is demanding bigger screens, higher resolutions and easy to use interactive solutions.

“With IDT NZ on board we can offer resellers a one shop where they can buy the market leading projector brand with a first-class AV solution and ongoing support.

For further information contact IDT NZ on either 021 847 661/021 888 484 or Epson NZ on 09 366 6855.

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