The alliance between Auroz and InFocus means a significant shift for both organisations and results in their cooperation into better ways for teams to share information. This strategic collaboration will turn out to be successful in helping both companies thrive.
Auroz now has the Australian distribution rights for an industry-leading range of InFocus Projectors and Content sharing solutions. It assists Auroz with their progression into being not just a Unified Communications distributor but expands them into a new dimension: the convergence of Video Solutions. The result for InFocus is an enhanced Australian distribution profile for their latest ultra-portable Projectors and their SimpleShare point to point wireless presentation solutions for the transmission of high quality HD video and sound in real time.
“Whether it’s classroom, office, meeting room or large-venue setting, the portable InFocus range of video solutions is a complementary addition that now allows us to provide a comprehensive spectrum of content sharing solutions that will better serve our customers’ needs to connect, share and monitor information. This competitively-priced technology opens new opportunities of connectivity and visualisation way beyond the traditional conference call”.
Jason North (Auroz National Sales Manager)
“InFocus created the projector category and offered the first projector. We continue to provide one of the broadest, most reliable projection lines with platforms for road warriors to fixed installations. We are proud of our new strategic collaboration with Auroz. We see this as a positive win/win arrangement for both our enterprises. The result for InFocus is a greatly enhanced distribution profile for our latest Projectors and SimpleShare Wireless Presentation Solutions via the knowledgeable team of Auroz sales and support specialists and their wide-ranging Australian distribution network ”.
Peter Ho (InFocus Vice President – Asia Pacific)
About Auroz Originally established in 2006 to facilitate the distribution of Plantronics headsets and audio products, Auroz prides itself on partnerships with best-of-class manufacturers of UC peripherals. Many of Australia’s leading Telecommunications Resellers and Unified Communications Integrators enjoy the service and support provided by our friendly and knowledgeable team of sales and support specialists.
For more information, visit www.auroz.com.au
About InFocus InFocus makes connecting people and ideas easy, reliable and affordable. The industry leader for more than 30 years, InFocus creates innovative collaboration solutions that support visual teamwork. Its award-winning, integrated services, hardware and software products are employed and trusted by thousands of the most successful businesses, public agencies, and schools around the world. With solutions for conference rooms, huddle rooms, office desktops, control rooms, classrooms, large venues, and people on the move, there is an InFocus product and service for every application.
Learn more at www.infocus.com
Interested parties can contact Auroz: Jason North, +61 438 283 102, email@example.com
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