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Netvoyager Extends it's Reach into the Australian Market

  • 17 November, 2009 12:05

<p><b>London, England, 3rd November 2009 - Netvoyager plc</b>, a leading manufacturer of Linux and Windows based thin client devices, has entered into an exclusive distribution agreement with Custom Technology Australia Pty Ltd to supply Netvoyager thin clients to the Australian and New Zealand market. Custom Technology Australia has over 20 years experience in the region with a strong server and open computing heritage.</p>
<p>"Netvoyager is committed to the channel and its channel partners globally and working with the right partners in each region is vital to achieve its growth ambitions. Netvoyager's investment into the channel is key to its growth strategy. Netvoyager has always developed products that are first to market in terms of features and applications whilst always being the most competitively priced offering in the market. CustomTech's "value-added" distribution approach and its very proactive account management is the right route to market for Netvoyager thin client technology and we will leverage their vast expertise to make an impact in the market" said Jamil Aboulzelof, Netvoyager CEO.</p>
<p>Netvoyager's end-user client base is global and requires supply and support in many countries across the globe and CustomTech's presence in Australasia compliments Netvoyager's distribution strategy. CustomTech's value added technical capacity will effectively extend Netvoyager's customer service to Australasia with CustomTech providing authorised service centre facilities, and both pre and post sales advice and support. CustomTech's substantial channel network and expertise in server-based computing, together with Netvoyager's strong product proposition will mean jointly we are perfectly placed to take advantage of existing and projected growth in the use of server-based computing and thin client technology.</p>
<p>"With our location and experience, we are able to substantially extend Netvoyager's reach. The Netvoyager product set provides cost effective solutions that address many of the pain points faced by IT Managers and CIOs today: the need to reduce IT related costs and reduce environmental impacts while simultaneously facing rising energy costs, increased security threats and the need to deliver more services to the business. Custom Technology is ideally placed to work with our reseller partner network to take advantage of virtualization and thin client technology with the Netvoyager product set." said Gordon Hubbard, Managing Director at CustomTech.</p>
<p><b>About Custom Technology Australia Pty Ltd</b></p>
<p><br/>Established in 1989 and headquartered in Sydney Australia, Custom Technology Australia Pty Ltd is a value added distributor serving channel partners and end users across Australia and New Zealand. CustomTech specialises in "Best of Breed, Open, Server Based Computing" and delivers more than just great products by providing technical support and training for successful deployments. CustomTech's products and services are largely cross-platform in nature and include thin client hardware, security hardware and software, groupware, application servers and backup. Visit Custom Technology at <a href=""></a> or <a href=""></a>.</p>
<p><b>About Netvoyager plc</b></p>
<p><br/>Netvoyager plc, London - England, is a leading thin client manufacturer and server-based computing specialist. Established in 1999, Netvoyager also has strategic alliances with Microsoft, Citrix, VMware, NoMachine and Ericom, the leaders in server-based computing. Netvoyager products and services leverage open technologies and eliminate the costs associated with traditional PC architectures. Netvoyager enables enterprises to take advantage of server-based computing (Citrix, Microsoft Terminal Services, Linux and Virtual Desktop Technologies) to provide increased flexibility and choice, as well as lower up-front expenditure and reduced total cost of ownership. More information about Netvoyager plc and its products can be found at <a href=""></a> and can be contacted via email at <a href=""></a>.</p>

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