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NComputing appoints Bartleet Electronics as distributor in Sri Lanka


NComputing, the leading provider of desktop virtualization appliances, has appointed Bartleet Electronics Ltd to distribute its products in Sri Lanka. This agreement is the most recent in NComputing’s push to expand its partner and channel network globally in response to growing demand for affordable computing, according to a company statement. Bartleet was selected because of its long history in introducing new technologies to the region and extensive experience with IT solutions.

“The need to reduce the acquisition cost of IT infrastructure and also to keep ongoing costs low is acute in Sri Lanka,” Manish Sharma, Vice-President of Sales (Asia Pacific) of NComputing was quoted as saying. “The market is rapidly adopting NComputing solutions because it is the only proven way to do both.

Bartleet knows the local markets very well and they carry complementary products, which means that they can deliver a complete solution.”

Omar Lebbé, General Manager of Bartleet Electronics said the company has specialized in cost-effective IT solutions for over 25 years. “NComputing is the solution we have been looking for to help organizations save money and electricity.

This is the next moving force in our emerging markets,” he said

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