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Jabra Ramp Up ANZ Call Centre Presence

Audio equipment manufacturer, Jabra, has sought to expand its ANZ call centre presence, following the appointment of Atlas Gentech as its official New Zealand enterprise distribution partner.

With over 20 years experience in the NZ and unified communication (UC) solutions market, Atlas Gentech will be tasked with distributing Jabra’s contact centre and enterprise sound products.

“Our distribution partnerships are a key contributor to the ongoing growth and success of our business,” claims Jabra Managing Director ANZ, David Piggott.

“Atlas Gentech’s achievements in providing UC deployment value to its customers fit perfectly with our distribution strategy and allow us to support businesses even more effectively in New Zealand.”

Piggott asserts the call centre and UC space is “rapidly transforming”, with NZ businesses seeking technology which lift efficiency, productivity and customer satisfaction.

“Our experience in creating high-quality consumer headphones, professional headsets and hearing aids all under the one roof means that we are extremely well-positioned to help businesses navigate the changing nature of audio communications”

“We welcome Atlas Gentech as one of our valued distribution partners and look forward to working together to deliver innovative headset solutions.”

Atlas Gentech General Manager North, Chris Fair, claims the agreement will leverage strong synergies between both companies’ headset expertise.

“Jabra is an incredibly innovative company and a well-established, respected brand”

“This aligns perfectly with Atlas Gentech’s experience and expertise in the headset market with a real focus on delivering the right solutions to the end user.”

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