ScanSource Communications expands relationship with Spectralink to Europe

ScanSource Communications, distributor of voice, video and data communications solutions, has expanded its relationship with Spectralink Corporation, the wireless solutions provider for the workplace, to include Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the UK and Ireland. Through this expanded relationship, resellers in Europe will have access to Spectralink's enterprise-grade critical mobile communication solutions for a wide range of verticals, including healthcare, retail, warehousing and manufacturing.

This partnership combines ScanSource's dedication to providing resellers with the best-of-breed products and superior support and Spectralink's thought leadership and innovation in developing purpose-built wireless communication solutions for the enterprise. Spectralink DECT and Wi-Fi wireless devices are qualified for deployment in combination with some of the leading unified communications and collaboration solutions.

"Spectralink's solutions are ideal for resellers looking to meet the needs of their mobile end-user customers and play an integral part in the Avaya/Microsoft Lync unified communications solution we offer," said Phil Boyd, vice president of merchandising, ScanSource Communications, Europe. "We are pleased to offer Spectralink's wireless solutions and to provide the services and support resellers need to be successful in delivering today's productivity-enhancing platforms."

"We are delighted to announce our relationship with ScanSource. They are a leading unified communications distributor in EMEA and their focus on the mid-market provides a great opportunity for us to build a stronger channel for our DECT and Wi-Fi solutions. We see ScanSource as a unique opportunity for us to grow the markets as our Wi-Fi handsets complement ScanSource's delivery of extensive solutions with data capture and barcoding in these key verticals," commented Wilfried Schon, channel director, EMEA & APAC at Spectralink.

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