Vertical voice solutions provider Speakerbus has expanded on its recently-signed distribution agreement with Westcon-Comstor to make its products available through the distributor in North America.
In March, Speakerbus signed on with Westcon-Comstor for distribution of its voice products in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Now the two companies have expanded that agreement to include North America. It adds vertical voice solutions to Westcon-Comstor’s lineup of unified communications and VoIP products, as Speakerbus tailors its offerings to the financial, emergency and command sectors.
Through Westcon-Comstor, resellers will have access to Speakerbus’ advanced telephony, hoot ‘n’ holler and private line access products. According to the announcement, Speakerbus’ products can be used by organizations in the command sector to instantly share information with multiple parties across land, sea and air. The end result, the company noted, is fast and effective emergency response.
“We are delighted to have signed the U.S. distribution agreement with Westcon-Comstor. Expanding our successful EMEA partnership is an integral part of our ‘high-touch, channel-centric’ strategy. Westcon-Comstor’s global reach and extensive experience, both in financial markets and in C2, will allow us to accelerate our growth,” said James Loeber, vice president of global channel partnerships at Speakerbus, in a statement. “As we grow and create opportunities in new markets, Westcon’s physical and digital distribution network, will help us to deliver our globally-proven hardware- and software-based voice collaboration solutions.”
Barat Dickman, vice president and general manager of Westcon-Comstor’s unified communications and collaboration practice, indicated Speakerbus’ good reputation in the emergency services, defence installations and banking institutions.
“This reputation will help our customers open doors within these key vertical markets and, with the backing of Westcon-Comstor’s UCC solutions practice education and training services, confidently support this market,” Dickman said in a statement.