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Appointments at Exertis and Spicers
2017-10-16

United Kingdom: broadliner Exertis has appointed Rik Hubbard as Commercial and Services Director for its mobile division, reporting to Simon Woodman, Exertis Mobile' Director. In his new role, Rik will be working with the sales and purchasing teams to maximise performance of the division's vendors across the consumer and business to business areas. He will also be responsible for building on the opportunity to launch a range of device focused services from trade-in, repair and refurbishment to finance and service contracts, following the recent announcement of the acquisition of the MTR Group. On its part, office supply specialist Spicers has appointed two new Marketing Account Managers who will be tasked with working directly with Spicers, supporting dealers to help drive their sales growth. The newly appointed Marketing Account Managers, Annie Dempsey and Lee Diggens, join an existing team of 30 office-based marketers. They will focus on spending time face-to-face with dealers to help them grow. This will include visiting Alliance Dealers at their premises and hosting regular marketing sessions for Brilliant Partners at each of Spicers' Regional Distribution Centres (source: Channel Info United Kingdom).

Exertis in the Frame for Samsung TV
2017-10-09

United Kingdom: broadliner Exertis has inked an agreement with Samsung to market The Frame 55” Art Mode Ultra HD certified TV exclusively to B2B customers. Innovative The Frame is a new concept that when on is a TV, and when off it enhances a living space by displaying pictures from a built-in gallery of professionally curated art with over 100 pictures from 10 different genres including landscapes, action, architecture, still life, patterns, wild life and urban abstract. The Frame was developed in collaboration with Swiss designer Yves Behar and has an "Art Mode" which is seamlessly activated when the TV is not in use and can be activated when it detects movement in the room via a motion sensor. It utilises an near-invisible, transparent connection cable that pairs with the One Connect box, includes a no-gap wall mount, that sits the panel flat against the wall, and a choice of accessory Frame Bezel surrounds including walnut, beige and white that attach magnetically to the screen so that the Frame resembles real hanging art and blends seamlessly into the room. Customers can subscribe to an ever-increasing library of established and emerging artists or upload and display their own photos. Light sensors can adjust the image on the screen to optimum levels so that it blends in with the surroundings and pictures can even be updated, and changed using the Smart View mobile companion app through Wi-Fi for added convenience and interactivity.

Caroline Hope, Exertis consumer general manager, said: "we are delighted to be able to offer this innovative TV that has all the standard smart TV features and the premium picture quality that users expect from a Samsung television, yet creates a realistic illusion of a picture when not in use. Besides the free art gallery, users can add to images with a low cost monthly subscription or by making a one-off purchase. The Smart Frame will appeal to the design conscious consumer and other vertical markets like boutique style hotels."

Samsung's Art Store has a growing library of more than 300 pieces of established and emerging artists, curated by several international organizations, galleries and museums, including Artspace, LUMAS, Magnum Photos, Saatchi Art and Sedition. Users can change the image as frequently as they wish, saving photos and designs in their "My Collection" folder, which has 2GB of storage. The Frame also comes with the renowned fantastic Ultra HD certified picture quality we expect from Samsung.

Exertis acquires MTR Group
2017-10-06

United Kingdom: broadliner Exertis has acquired MTR Group, a service and solutions provider specialising in 2nd generation lifecycle extension of mobile, wearable and tablet devices. MTR employs 60 staff at its bespoke high-tech refurbishment facility in Harlow, Essex. It generated sales of €13.22 million for the twelve months ended 30 November 2016 and has seen significant and sustained year on year growth since its incorporation in 2011 by founders and co-owners Steve Healy and Andy Payne. The strong relationship that MTR has with Samsung will enable Exertis to deepen its business entanglement with this key strategic brand as well as providing the opportunity to leverage MTR’s refurbishment and reverse logistics capabilities, and jointly expand these services to a wider range of potential partners.

Gerry O'Keeffe, Exertis UK & Ireland managing director, said: "MTR has enjoyed considerable success in providing refurbishment capabilities in the mobile and tablet device market. The recent impressive growth in revenue and profitability is a testament to the reputation that it has earned in the channel, borne out of years of refurbishment experience, a sophisticated IT infrastructure and also continued investment in its impressive high-tech and scalable refurbishment facility. We are very excited to add this success story to the Exertis family and are looking forward to continued growth and providing further added value for our suppliers and customers."

Steve Healy, MTR, managing director, said: "as Exertis and MTR's core values are so well aligned, this acquisition made complete sense. The benefits and opportunities of this exciting new chapter will extend to our existing and new customers and vendors alike, further enhancing the range of services and products offered. By leveraging the complementary strengths of both companies, we can only add to what is already an exciting proposition for the relationships currently held. We look forward to working with the Exertis management teams and building on the success of both companies."

Andy Payne, MTR sales director, added: "we're extremely excited about the journey and opportunities that lie ahead. MTR has already established itself as a market leader with its refurbishment and supply capabilities along with reverse and life cycle management solutions. Coupled with Exertis' OEM and Network relationships, this acquisition will make for a formidable force within the mobile/recycling sector."

News from Entatech, Exertis, Sahara and VIP
2017-10-05

United Kingdom: Jason Tsai, the director of bankrupt broadliner Entatech, has been handed an 18-month prison sentence for breaching a passport order and hiding assets from HMRC during the liquidation of the distributor.

Broadliner Exertis has snapped up a real coo of a distribution deal. The company has agreed a deal with Intel to distribute the US tech giant's processors, SSD, Optane memory and NUC products1. The deal includes the distribution of Intel's Core X-series processor family including the new Intel Core i9 processor brand and, in the future, the Intel Core i9 Extreme Edition – the first desktop CPU with 18 cores and 36 threads of power.

AV specialist Sahara AV Distribution has started to distribute the Matrox range of graphics cards and AV over IP products to resellers and integrators across the country. "The addition of Matrox Graphics, and their award-winning graphics cards, and AV over IP systems to our technical and digital signage portfolio gives our customers complete solutions with the great service you expect from Sahara", says Carl Harper, product manager at Sahara.

Finally, broadliner VIP has unveiled a partnership with Taiwan manufacturer Cooler Master2. As one of the world's leading computer case, cooling, gaming and power manufacturers, Cooler Master has an outstanding record in releasing innovative products that truly advance the consumer PC industry. This focus and commitment to innovation, believes VIP UK, perfectly complements the distributor's strategy to be the "gaming destination of choice" (source: CRN United Kingdom, PCR United Kingdom 1 and 2, inAVate United Kingdom).

Brand and personal updates for CI Distribution, Exclusive Networks, Exertis and Westcon Security
2017-09-11

United Kingdom: PC component and peripheral specialist CI Distribution has signed a series of deals with Micron's global gaming memory brand Ballistix, Taiwan-headquartered computer gaming hardware manufacturer Cooler Master and Wi-Fi connected home devices innovator iBaby. Security vendor Symantec has inked a distribution deal with network and security VAD Exclusive Networks for its full corporate portfolio. According to competitor Westcon Security, this signature means an end to the existing partnership between themselves and Symantec (albeit limited to Blue Coat Systems products). Finally, broadliner Exertis has appointed Matt Finn as an account director within its consumer division based in Harlow. Finn will be responsible for the management of key accounts focused on gaming, reporting to Alex Croft, Exertis sales and commercial director (source: PCR Online United Kingdom, ChannelWeb United Kingdom).

 

Exertis UK Ltd - IT division
Address

Exertis UK Ltd - IT division
Ashwood
Chineham Business Park - Chineham
RG24 8EH Basingstoke
United Kingdom
Phone : +44 (0)1256 707 070
Fax : +44 (0)1256 707 505
Website : http://www.exertis.co.uk
E-mail : enquiries@exertismicro-p.co.uk

Other offices
NR18 9RS Wymondham
Phone : +44 (0)1256 707 070

Team

General manager : Mr Gerry O'Keefe (*** ****** ********* ** **)
General manager : Mrs Sarah Potter (*** ****** ********* ** **)
General manager : Mr Jamie Brothwell (*** ****** ********* ** *****)
General manager : Mr Gareth Bray (*** ****** ********* ** *)
General manager : Mrs Caroline Hope (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
General manager : Mr Paul Bryan (*** ****** ********* ** )
Sales director : Mr Mark Reynolds (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
Sales director : Mr Phil Brown (*** ****** ********* ** )
Sales director : Mr Jon Atherton (*** ****** ********* ** **)
Marketing director : Mrs Fiona Graham (*** ****** ********* ** **)
Marketing director : Mrs Nerissa Tong (*** ****** ********* ** **)
Sales manager : Mr Adam Carson (*** ****** ********* ** *)
Sales manager : Mr Jason Birt (*** ****** ********* ** )
Sales manager : Mr Kevin Matthews (*** ****** ********* ** ****)
Sales manager : Mr Mark Weaver (*** ****** ********* ** *)
Division director or manager : Mr Ian Ainsworth (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
Division director or manager : Mr Ian Neale (*** ****** ********* **)
Division director or manager : Mr Simon Barnard (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
Division director or manager : Mr Carl Eagle (*** ****** ********* ** )
Division director or manager : Mr Mike Buley (*** ****** ********* ** )
Purchase director or manager : Mr Mark Kahr (*** ****** ********* **)
Human resources manager : Mr Nick Foster (*** ****** ********* ** *)
Market manager : Mr Jordan Deemer (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
Market manager : Mr Matthew Jeffrey (*** ****** ********* ** *****)
Market manager : Mrs Sarah Bamford (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
Market manager : Mr Luke Asekokhai (*** ****** ********* ** ****)
Market manager : Mr Chris Godsalve (*** ****** ********* ** ****)
Market manager : Mr Jose Alvite (*** ****** ********* ** *)
Department manager : Mr Jordan Hobday (*** ****** ********* ** ***)
Corporate account manager : Mrs Rebecca Lawrence (*** ****** ********* ** ***** )

Information

Creation year : 1980
Company registration number : 01511931
VAT number : GB 864 4387 91
Annual turnover
2015 : 2 421,75 M€
2014 : 2 097,92 M€
2013 : 1 576,95 M€
2012 : 1 032,96 M€
2011 : 733,51 M€
Active resellers : 9000
Indirect turnover : 100%
National/regional/export split : 98/0/2
Export : Ireland
Broadliner
Main brands : Acer, Fujitsu Technology Solutions, Netgear, Samsung, Western Digital
Clients : Associations, central purchasing companies, corporate resellers, dealers, department stores, e-commerce, hypermarkets, IT consulting and service providers, mail-order resellers, multispecialists, outlets, semi-distributors, service providers, specialized resellers, specialized retailers, superstores, systems integrators, VAR
Employees : 1050 people