National Instruments announces distributor for ANZ
National Instruments (NI) has announced its Australian and New Zealand customers will be serviced by Braemac as its official distributor, beginning Monday, 15 July.
In a press release emailed today, NI stated, “Effective 15 July 2019, NI will utilise Braemac to continue delivering high-performance automated test and automated measurement systems to help solve engineering challenges. This is an important milestone in continuing NI’s growth and success in the region.
“For more than 40 years, NI customers have delivered hundreds of thousands of products to market and overcome innumerable technological challenges through NI’s industry-leading innovation. NI is committed to providing the highest level of support to our customers and the same high level of conduct within our business. Braemac meets these priority standards as an official NI distributor.”
Braemac will be responsible for NI’s broad-based business in ANZ through developing and initiating sales and marketing activities. NI says it will work closely with Braemac to ensure that the transition period is seamless.
“Our partnership with Braemac is a complementary and holistic approach to grow NI’s market share in Australia and New Zealand and to ensure success and satisfaction for our current and new customers,” said the release.
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