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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Channel IT introduces special offer for August

The regional master distributor for Dell in Nigeria, Channel IT, has introduced a special offer on Dell hardware for the month of August.

The Corporate Sales Director, Channel IT, Ms. Marcelle Riz’Imoisili disclosed this to Champion Infotel and said that it’s a super promotion specially introduced for the month of August only.

She also said that the offer comes with proven and guaranteed Dell systems at unbeatable prices.

Ms Riz’Imoisili explained that today business demands that Information Technology (IT) infrastructure must be seen to add value not only by maximizing return on IT investment, but also by being responsive to growth demands of the businesses.

She stressed that IT infrastructure also should be seen as a tool to drive sustainable competitive advantage in any business platform.

She emphasised that it was in response to this demand, that Dell has developed hardware to enable business that are based on flexible systems and built on open standards.

“This means that customers have access to infrastructure solution ranging from servers, storage, desktops, notebooks through to networking and network management that are supported locally,” she said.

According to her, partnership on Dell brand via Channel IT means a focus on organisational resources on growing business.

“Partnership with Dell solutions through Channel IT means you can focus your resources on growing your business knowing your infrastructure will provide the required support,” she said.

This offer, which began August 1, would end on 31 August this year, she said and would enable customers to buy the likes of notebooks from N99,999 up to N195,00 depending on the configuration.

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