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Intagr8 Expands Into the Bay of Plenty

Intagr8 Expands Into the Bay of Plenty

Intagr8 is a leading provider of office equipment, telecommunications hardware, software and billing services based in Auckland, and have recently expanded into the Bay of Plenty with a new office in Tauranga. Stephen Morrissey, the New Zealand Sales Manager has taken on the crucial task of establishing Intagr8 Tauranga and has done a great job so far.

In a few short months the Bay of Plenty Branch of Intagr8 has signed up more than 100 customers, all eager to take advantage of the Intagr8 Solution. Servicing the areas of Tauranga, Mount Maunganui, Rotorua, Taupo and the entire Bay of Plenty region, Stephen and his experienced team pride themselves on delivering exceptional customer service, a key element in driving continued sustainable business performance for the company. Having clients choose them because of their belief in their ability to meet and exceed their expectations in price, service and expertise has measured their continued growth and success in the telecommunications market.

Intagra8 has established a strong position in the small to medium sized business market and has consistently led the industry, utilising the equity in a customer’s current telecommunications call spend to offset the cost of new office equipment. They are one of the largest independently owned, managed and operated suppliers and resellers of office equipment and telecommunication technology to the commercial sector.

To this end, it is interesting to read the testimonials page on their website, always an accurate pointer to the success, or otherwise, of a business. The following testimonies are no exception to this rule, proving that a great product and great service will go a long way to engendering new business in a new location.

"This is to confirm that Colonial Court Motor Inn used Intagr8 to install our new phone system for the motel. The installation was fast and professional. We are completely satisfied with the service that we got from Intagr8 and would recommend them to any business". Kris Stamatakos, Owner/Operator, Colonial Court Motor Inn.

"Fantastic Company." Alan Lee, Alan Lee Automotive.

Intagr8 is dedicated to providing ‘state of the art’ office equipment and services that provide quality and value for money to their clients, establishing successful partnerships with their customers, staff, dealers and suppliers that respect the interest and goals of each party.

As Stephen says, “If you have a business in the Bay of Plenty region and need office equipment call Intagr8 house first”.

For more information go to www.intagr8.co.nz or visit their Facebook page - Intagr8

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