Compuage appointed as national distributor for Xerox

By 05 May 2017

In an effort to expand and reach out in tier-two and tier-three markets, Xerox India has appointed, Compuage Infocom, a new national distributor partner for Xerox range of office products and supplies.

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Balaji Rajagopalan of Xerox India

Balaji Rajagopalan, executive director, technology, channels and international distributor operations, said, “In our endeavour to provide products and solutions to more customers and strengthen our channel community, we are pleased to announce our partnership with Compuage. Their robust channel support mechanism and a deep nationwide presence will certainly intensify our ability to house multiple touch points in the country. Both Xerox and Compuage have a global presence and strive to deliver superior value to our respective stakeholders.”

Atul H Mehta, chairman and managing director at Compuage Infocom, said, “We are delighted to partner with Xerox India on their range of office product and supplies. To drive distribution business to supply chain management, we have extended our presence beyond metro cities and focusing more on tier-two and tier-three market. With our pan-India geographic footprints and our aim to penetrate 10,000 resellers in 800 cities and towns within this year, we are certain that we will be able to expand the reach of premium quality of Xerox products.”

Compuage India’s leading IT and telecom distribution house have a national and global presence. The company has been growing since its conception in 1987 and it has a presence with 41 offices, 42 warehouses, 51 service centres and 651 trained professionals. Today, the company represents 29 global brands.


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