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Enterprise IoT network service and data platform provider, The National Narrowband Network Co, has signed a distribution agreement with ASX-listed IT hardware, software and cloud distributor, Dicker Data.

The deal provides Australia-wide distribution through Dicker Data’s 5000-strong reseller network for NNNCo’s Enterprise IoT solutions which include globally-certified devices and the company's N2N-DL Data Platform.

“This is a true partnership with Dicker Data to expand the Enterprise IoT opportunity in Australia,” said Rob Zagarella, founder and chief executive of NNNCo.

“The growth of IoT is accelerating globally in key verticals such as smart buildings, logistics, construction, cities, utilities and multi-site retail. This agreement puts both of our companies at the forefront of enabling the IoT ecosystem in Australia.”

David Dicker, chairman and chief executive of Dicker Data, said, “I’m pleased to be announcing our new partnership with IoT solution provider, NNNCo.

“Through their packaged, ready-to-deploy solutions, our reseller partners will be enabled to deliver insights that can create tangible business impact to a wide variety of their end users across multiple market segments with minimal implementation overheads.”

Dicker said the distribution of NNNCo’s N2N-DL Data Platform as part of its Enterprise IoT solution was a major part of the strategy to accelerate market adoption in Australia.

NNNCo’s head of Sales Kat Hunter said, “The N2N-DL Data Platform removes the complexity of building and deploying Enterprise IoT applications at scale, and in doing so enables the entire IoT ecosystem. It connects the dots between all the parts from network providers, solution providers, platform providers, systems integrators and resellers right through to end users.

“We’re working closely with Dicker Data resellers who have a deep understanding of the challenges faced by enterprise customers in different verticals.

“Our focus is on providing practical tools and products that solve real-world problems for enterprise.”

Dicker Data recently launched an IoT community, which the company says provides an exclusive opportunity for its reseller network to capitalise on the IoT opportunity in Australia.


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