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We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Nexeva S.r.l. as the exclusive distributor of CommandFusion hardware in Italy.
Europe is an important region for CommandFusion, as it represents an area of significant growth for the company’s hardware products. This appointment will ensure that local integrators have access to local, Italian speaking support staff trained in CommandFusion products.
Establishing a relationship with a quality distributor in such an important territory was crucial for us. The popularity of CommandFusion hardware is really growing, and Nexeva is well equipped to handle the demand in ItalyJarrod Bell, Co-Founder, CommandFusion.
Nexeva add CommandFusion hardware to their already extensive range of products, including home automation, commercial control, and communications products. CommandFusion hardware will complement the product ranges that Nexeva currently carry and will allow them to provide a complete turnkey solution to integrators and dealers.
Nexeva first opened in 2010 as an “advanced” AV-IT integrated systems distributor. The team considers Nexeva not as the typical "box mover", but as a partner to installers, offering a high level of support and customized, complete automation solutions. The company operates across both the professional audiovisual and the home automation markets. Nexeva specializes in many different sales channels including installers, system integrators, resellers and design studios. Nexeva prides itself in distributing an accurate selection of reference market brands. Nexeva’s professional staff have more than 30 years experience in system design, selecting the best technical and economical options from a variety of products. This way they can provide the best possible solutions for resellers and installers.
CommandFusion Automation Hardware is available in Italy from Nexeva S.r.l.
Via Val Camonica 11
P: +39 02 9737 2812
F: +39 02 2573 548
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.nexeva.it
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