Multimedia Technology is one of Australia’s premier national IT distributors, representing the leading IT/AV/Software and Communications Vendors from Australia and around the globe. A major player in the Australian IT industry, Multimedia was launched in 1990 and currently employs over 95 staff with offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. Channel partners deserve a responsible distributor who understands their business and is willing to go the extra distance to contribute to their success, and this is exactly where Multimedia has the edge. Customer service is one of our core strengths, and we work hard to maintain our reputation as providing the highest level of customer service in the business. Our company slogan – Ask Multimedia – is indicative of our comprehensive product knowledge and don’t-keep-the-customer-waiting philosophy; where automated phone queues are non-existent and everyone in the company is accessible and accountable. Multimedia Technology’s extensive product range is easily viewed on our website and in our complimentary bi-annual product catalogue, widely acclaimed in the industry. Our specialist product range includes optical drives, graphic cards, digital cameras, monitors, notebooks, netbooks, data storage and wireless networking products, and a host of value-adding accessories. We are an authorised distributor of Panasonic Toughbook, and exclusive Australian distributor of Shintaro, Matrox, Everki, Archos Tenda and ACTi.
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Long term, highly trained sales staff; high level of personalised service; long standing strong relationships with major vendors; always at the forefront of technological developments; competitive pricing; professional warehouse management systems; friendly and efficient after-sales support; product evaluation to ensure reliability; up-to-date web site with live pricing and online ordering facilities; industry leading quarterly product catalogue and weekly email/fax updates.
By focusing on customer service and excelling at being easy to deal with, Multimedia has become the distributor of choice in the industry. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff are customer focused and understand that a positive relationship with resellers is the key business driver for success. This very philosophy has made Multimedia Technology the No.1 choice for channel partners and consultants in Australia. Our family of class-leading vendors and products, no telephone queues, comprehensive distribution catalogue, educated advice, fast and accurate warehouse order processing, and implementation of the latest business management tools including custom CRM, ERP & WEB based facilities all add up to one thing: a relationship with Multimedia Technology is a positive experience.
Multimedia Technology coordinate numerous incentive programs throughout the year in conjunction with vendors, designed to be both fun and rewarding. We have a strong commitment to providing product education and marketing advice to our staff and channel partners, and this is facilitated by informal in-house seminars and information on our website. We also provide appropriate marketing materials needed to assist point of sale transactions.
Our technical services department provide system configuration, assist with pre- and post-sales support, and manage SOE and project integration for SMB and Corporate roll outs. They also provide break/fix and full warranty management. Our Product Management and Sales teams provide expert advice on Netcomm and NETGEAR networking and Synology NAS.
Multimedia Technology offers account facilities to approved applicants, with online ordering and payment facilities available at www.mmt.com.au. Please contact your nearest Multimedia office or check the Become a Reseller link on our website for further details.
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