Interactive Ideas signs Sitecom deal

Distributor takes on networking and connectivity brand
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Distributor takes on networking and connectivity brand
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Distributor Interactive Ideas has announced it's signed a distribution contact with Sitecom, the networking and connectivity brand, adding to its portfolio of retail products.

The firm notes that all of Sitecom’s solutions are designed and developed based on the “make it easy…” philosophy in order to offer a user-friendly out-of-the-box experience.

Under the agreement Interactive Ideas will market and distribute Sitecom products to online retailers throughout the United Kingdom.

Michael Breeze, the marketing director at Interactive Ideas, commented: "We are delighted to add Sitecom to our range of products. We aim to only ever add new ranges that provide something unique for our customers. From what we have seen of the product ranges, Sitecom’s customer-centric philosophy and its plans for the UK market, we believe that Sitecom will be a great success.”

Graeme Nicholas for Sitecom Europe said:"Sitecom has ambitious plans to further expand and consolidate its award-winning product portfolio in the UK, further addressing the needs of the Connected Home and Small Business markets. Our products are mutli platform, multi operating systems, and include new and unique product features that address such growth markets as Smartphon eand Home Cloud Security.

"Therefore, Sitecom required a Value Added Distributor who could assimilate our product and market strategies, and Interactive Ideas was a natural choice of partner. They have a reputation for intellectual product and brand vision, a proactive attitude and specific vertical market expertise, rather than being a generalist distributor, and our relationship complements both companies' operating strategies."

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