Exertis has signed a distribution agreement with Philips Professional Displays which will see it responsible for the company’s full range of digital signage products.
The range will include the Philips Q, E, V, U, X, T and D line series of screens each available in a wide range of sizes and resolutions that are designed for both internal and external messaging, for all types of organisations.
In addition, Exertis will provide Philips’ video wall displays, incorporating ultra-narrow bezels to maximise the viewing experience, and Ultra HD solutions which provide four times the resolution of a conventional display.
Ian Aitken, Exertis AV general manager says: “We are delighted to be able to provide resellers with access to the entire Philips digital signage range. Our aim is to both widen and deepen our engagement with customers looking to take advantage of the convergence of AV and IT products.
“Philips has invested heavily in its channel resource over recent years and can offer a three year de-install, re-install warranty on all products, a service that is exclusive to Philips. What’s more their screens also include integrated HTML browsers with in-built signage content which can be accessed on-line, connected to a single display or a complete network, and controlled via the Cloud.”
The addition of Philips to the LFD portfolio now means that Exertis distributes the top four Large Format Display brands.
Martin Ware, sales director Philips Professional Displays UK adds: “We chose Exertis because of their pedigree in this market and their ability to offer a complete AV solution for both traditional AV and IT resellers that incorporates displays, networking, PC, components and accessories. In addition, they have an expert team trained to the level of certified technical specialist that can help us grow our business by supporting resellers who are not specialists in this field.”
Earlier this year, Exertis opened an AV Enablement Suite providing resellers and their customers with a showcase for digital signage and interactive technologies, highlighting the IT infrastructure and control systems required to enable them.