Technology Distributions Limited, arguably the leading distributor of ICT products in Nigeria, has signed an agreement with Dell Corporation, which will enable the computer maker gain more market share in the Nigerian and African market.
This is one of the partnerships that TD has sealed in recent years, which has placed the company at the forefront of ICT products distributorship in the country.
Chioma Ekeh, managing director of TD, at the launch of the partnership between the two companies stated that partnership is a logical and practical step for any business, especially if that business considers growth important.
She informed that TD decided to partner with Dell because they meet the company’s partnership needs as regards the servicing of its customer base, as well as possess the right technology, marketing and personality to consolidate and increase that customer base.
Ekeh stated that Nigeria is a strategic centre in the new marketing plan because of her size and population. “We dare say it is just natural that Dell should desire to gain respectable market shares in Nigeria and the West African sub-region. Technology distributions, the most decorated ICT company in sub-Saharan Africa, with its wide network of resellers in Nigeria, Ghana, Gambia, and Sierra Leone, supported by a professional and highly motivated workforce, is the right choice for a partner to deliver on the aspirations of Dell.” We are aware, like most organizations that have a stake in the development of Africa, that business must be a lot more than profit and loss statement.”
She said that partnetrship will deliver innovative solutions that must address the issues of affordability and appropriateness of ICT in all the sectors of the Nigerian economy. “Dell is coming into this partnership from a position of strength and proven abilities with an array of outstanding products for home, small and medium business and large enterprises. Dell’s goal is to bring the right products and services to a wide range of customers across all business segments throughout the region.”
Ekeh stated that Dell built its business on giving customers personal choice and delivering high quality products and services at a competitive price, adding that the warranty support will delight their customers and provide the assurance of a worthwhile IT spend.
“Dell is coming into this market privileged to ride on the platform of the major player status of TD, which is versed in the dynamics of the Nigerian market – the different themes and schemes that serve as the arrow head for IT penetration in Nigeria and the West Africa sub-region,” said the TD boss.
TD has collaborated with Microsoft, HP, Acer, Toshiba Cisco, Epson, APC and Zinox in delivering ICT products and service.