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Pentech asks... are your suppliers still passionate about your business?

21 Aug 14

Complacency is not an option in today’s competitive world.

Pentech, a well-respected New Zealand owned business since 2007, only employs people who genuinely value their clients, have integrity, talent and the right attitude.

That’s the company's culture and the basis of its success. "Being independent of the Telcos, Vendors and Manufacturers is important as you quickly become our focus," says Chris O’Kane, Business Manager, Pentech.

"This means that we can deliver services as individual as your organisation and often at the best price."

Providing IP communications services to medium and large companies is where Pentech exceeds, and through partnerships with specialist service providers, the business provides end-to-end solutions based on best of breed products.

"From early planning through to optimisation, we will work with you," O'Kane adds.

So……while you’re waiting on your current suppliers, contact Chris O’Kane, Business Manager on chris.okane@pentech.co.nz or 021 661667 / 0800 PENTECH (0800 736 8324)

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