Your invite to Exeed’s security & wireless roadshow

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Local tech distributor Exeed is hitting the road again, rolling out the W.A.R. Tour in early November.

The W.A.R. Tour involves Exeed’s networking vendors, Watchguard, Allied Telesis, and Ruckus, W.A.R. being the acronym of these vendors.

Crossing the borders of eight cities across the North and South Island, the roadshow will offer an update on Exeed’s peripheral range of networking products as well as industry insights from each of these vendors.

As many of the traditional hardware markets decline, the infrastructure market continues to thrive.

The W.A.R. roadshow will aim to recruit, inform and arm resellers and system integrators with the right ammo to maximize these opportunities.

Exeed will launch the Spoils-of-War rebate program and there will be updates and presentations from each of the three vendors.

Some of the newest technology will be on show and there will be plenty of prizes and catering for those attend.

Roadshow dates & venues

South Island

Invercargill – 5th November, Ascot Park Hotel

Dunedin – 6th November, Scenic Circle Hotel

Christchurch – 7th November, The George Hotel

Nelson – 8th November, The Rutherford Hotel

North Island

Auckland – 11th November, exeed office – Parnell

Tauranga – 12th November, Trinity Wharf Hotel

Palmerston North – 13th November, Shadzz Motel

Wellington – 14th November, The Mercure Hotel

The event is only open to channel partners, resellers and system integrators – for more information click here.

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