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Zepto Australia and Forty2 enter a reseller relationship

  • 12 June, 2008 18:01

<p>Press release 6/2008</p>
<p>13 June 2008</p>
<p>Zepto Australia and Forty2 enter a reseller relationship</p>
<p>Forty2 and Zepto Australia have today entered into an agreement which means that immediately, Zepto will be selling their notebook PC’s via the Forty2 online store at www.it-online.com.au.</p>
<p>“Forty2 is one of the fastest growing companies reselling some of the best hardware and software solutions available from some of the biggest names and as such we believe that they are a very good fit with Zepto’s image of quality performance notebooks” says Nils Jensen, Managing Director of Zepto Australia.</p>
<p>Zepto is a supplier of high quality, high performance notebook computers, assembled in Denmark since 2002. Zepto is now the largest European local manufacturer of notebook computers and we are experiencing a dramatic growth in the commercial and government sectors in Europe. Zepto Australia opened its doors 12 months ago, on the premise of supplying the same high quality, build-to-order, with very low error rates and high quality service.</p>
<p>“This is our first venture outside our traditional build-to-order philosophy and we are expecting very strong growth by reaching out to a larger market” Nils continues.</p>
<p>The relationship with Forty2 and its IT-Online.com.au store coincides with the recent release of the Zepto Notus, the world’s most energy efficient ultra portable, and the pending release of the years major refresh. All models will be made available online through Forty2 at www.it-online.com.au in a number of standard configurations.</p>
<p>For more information contact Zepto Australia at zeptoanz@bigpond.net.au or Forty2 at sales@forty2.com.au or visit Zepto on www.zepto.com or www.it-online.com.au</p>

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