Synaxon teams up with Spire to give members ‘more choice’

UK dealer services group Synaxon has entered a partnership with distributor Spire Technology.

The trade-only provider of PC components, peripherals and consumer electronics has products from leading vendors such as AMD, ASUS, TP-Link, Intel, Logitech and Microsoft. It is the latest distributor to become a Synaxon partner in the UK, and will ‘further strengthen the group’.

Spire’s complete range will be available to order via the EGIS platform. Synaxon believes this partnership will give its members even more choice and make their Synaxon membership even more useful.

“Spire is such a well-known and highly-regarded name in the channel, so it is really great to have them on board,” said Mike Barron, UK channel director at Synaxon.

“An unrivalled commitment to and focus on the UK IT channel and our customers’ needs is what makes Spire successful. It offers the very best mix of quality, reliability and competitive pricing. We hope many of our members will become regular customers.”

Paul Turner, sales director at Spire, added: “It’s great to be working with Synaxon. Being part of such a dynamic, positive and open services group will be invaluable to Spire and we’re looking forward to working with members and providing them with the very best service and support.”

Synaxon has already had a busy 2016 so far. The firm launched its TrustATec network in January, which lets users find local IT services and support in their area.

TrustATec is also supporting the 2016 PCR Awards as an Event Partner on March 10th at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington. Don’t have a ticket yet? We only have a handful left so make sure you get yours now at

Read the full list of finalists for the 2016 PCR Awards here to see who’s in for a chance to take home an award on the night.

As well as this, Synaxon has recently signed deals with software vendor F-Secure and distributor Velmex.

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