ONELAN and SYNNEX in Strategic North American Distribution Agreement

Andrew Neale

ONELAN, a global leader in digital visual communications, has announced a strategic North American distribution agreement with SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX), a leading business process services company, and a valuable new addition to the ONELAN global distributor network.

Hugh Coghill-Smith, Chief Commercial Officer, ONELAN told us “This agreement supports a dynamic shift within the digital signage market as the AV and IT sectors continue to converge. As a strong leader in their field, SYNNEX was the obvious choice for us to serve the IT sector, and we’re delighted to be working with them.”

The agreement gives SYNNEX’ expansive network of resellers and integrators access to ONELAN’s enterprise-level digital signage offerings and Reserva room scheduling displays. In addition, customers can rely on the expertise of the SYNNEX VISUALSolv group, which delivers value-added services and support to meet the demand for robust, immersive experiences that incorporate digital signage in commercial, institutional and public spaces.

Sandi Stambaugh, Vice President, Product Management, SYNNEX Corporation, added “We are pleased to add ONELAN to our portfolio to help meet the growing demand for enterprise-grade digital signage solutions across a number of vertical markets. The ONELAN offering, along with our team’s industry expertise, will benefit a range of customers – from those who are AV-centric to those who have traditionally focused solely on IT.”

ONELAN’s global headquarters are in the UK, with local offices in Germany, Dubai, China and the USA. ONELAN develops network appliances for standalone and end-to-end digital signage and room booking solutions. Further mem­bers of the product family cater for Enterprise network management and integration with external data sources. ONELAN’s Net-Top-Boxes and Reserva room signs are now installed in a wide variety of organizations across the world in markets including retail, schools, hospitals as well as corporates such as BBC, Dubai Duty Free, Unilever, and Virgin.

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