Pioneer Computer Australia – looking for partners in Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
- 07 December, 2009 14:02
<p>The success of our “build to order portal” with NSW and QLD partners has brought a new level of simplicity to our channel partner relationships allowing them to select their preferred options and have them display their buy price, RRP and ETA within seconds.</p>
<p>Using this system our partners can quote their personal shoppers “on the spot” or within a short time electronically.
As a mature company, we have seen our product range grow from our class leading family of everyday and business notebooks to include the “Dreambook Tough” range offering a MIL-Std family for applications were the environment demands reliability, performance and long life.</p>
<p>In addition we have announced our DreamBook T10 “Intel standard” Medical Tablet or Mobile Clinical Assistant bringing a new level of patient management and care into the health industry.</p>
<p>Outside of notebooks, PC’s and servers we have also announced our DreamVision PC76 Home Communications System a product of the times and a must have for modern living.</p>
<p>At Pioneer we make it as easy as possible for you to partner with us – NO minimum monthly purchases, our on line “build to order” portal, a wide range of award winning notebooks (or laptops if you prefer) all wrapped up with our awarded DreamCare customer support services.</p>
<p>Our wide range offers something for everyone including gamers, SOHO, SME, Corporate & Government, Education, Health, Emergency Services, ADF, Mining, Telco’s and much more - so if you are selling into this space give us a call.</p>
<p>Did I mention we are an endorsed supplier!!!! And if that’s not enough respected Magazine “PC Authority’s” recent “Best Tech Awards” published in the January 2010 edition rated Pioneer Computers Support 5 Stars second to Apple and well ahead of our competition.</p>
<p>We are looking to attract “focused partners” and if you feel like a change or would like to learn more about becoming a Pioneer Computers Australia partner – we want to hear from you.</p>
<p>Please email email@example.com</p>
<p>Or register @ www.pioneercomputers.com.au/login/register/ follow the prompts and we will get back to you within 48 hours.</p>
<p>About Pioneer Computers Australia</p>
<p>Pioneer Computers Australia Pty Ltd is an International Company founded and based in Australia which has been manufacturing and delivering class leading IT solutions since 1996.</p>
<p>Last year IDC rated us as one of the top 10 notebook and top 3 ruggedised notebook vendors in Australia.</p>
<p>While we are proud to be an Australian company, these days this statement equates too little if you cannot compete on the world stage or bring products and services to the market quickly and competitively.</p>
<p>To this end Pioneer Computers partners with world class research facilities internationally to take advantage of the latest developments and deliver them to our partners cost effectively and efficiently. This allows us to offer “best of breed” solutions supporting diverse markets including: Home, Gaming, SOHO, SME, Corporate, Government, Education, Utilities, Finance, Telco’s, Emergency services, Retail & Manufacturing and more.</p>
<p>Pioneer Computers Australia is an approved supplier to all levels of government - Federal, State and Local.</p>
<p>• ISO 9001 Quality Endorsed Supplier
• Commonwealth Government Endorsed Supplier
• NSW Local Government Panel Contract LGP 306
• ITS2007 NSW Government Supplier of Computer Systems and Service
• ITS2006 NSW Government Supplier of Computer Peripherals
• ITS2308 NSW Government Supplier Agent for Printer
• Queensland Government Approved Supplier
• CITEC Registered Supplier</p>
<p>For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org</p>
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