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NEC Display adds Color Confidence as Pan European distributor

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NEC Display Solutions appoint Color Confidence as pan-European distributor for their graphic arts display ranges giving reseller partners Europe-wide colour-critical advice and support

London, 23 November 2010 – NEC Display Solutions today appointed Europe’s leading value added distributor in the digital imaging markets, Color Confidence, as Pan-European distributor for its range of professional SpectraView® monitors. The partnership will allow existing and new NEC customers across Europe to benefit from the expertise and depth of knowledge that are integral to the distributor’s service. Color Confidence will be distributing the NEC range, which includes the colour-critical SpectraView® models, as well as the new PA series and the popular 90 series, across Europe with immediate effect.

With a solid reputation in the publishing, design and photography industries, NEC provide creative professionals with outstanding and cost-effective solutions. “The NEC range of monitors offers the very highest quality, the latest innovations and outstanding features which fully satisfy the demands of the creative professional for whom on-screen colour accuracy is essential,” commented Geoffrey Clements, Managing Director of Color Confidence “The partnership between NEC and Color Confidence will offer customers of both companies the commitment that their expectation of quality, innovation, expertise and service levels will be continually delivered and exceeded, which is why this is such an exciting partnership.”

As a Pan-European distributor, Color Confidence will be working with NEC to ensure reseller partners across Europe have the advice and support they require to provide their customers with the best possible pre and post sales service. In addition to their product knowledge and expertise, the distributor is also able to offer a fast and efficient delivery service through its warehousing operations and logistics hubs in the UK, Germany and Spain.“Color Confidence offer us an almost unique set of credentials, making them the ideal distribution partner for NEC monitors across Europe,“ commented Christopher Parker, Product Line Manager NEC Display Solutions Europe.  “Firstly, they will provide NEC customers with an unrivalled depth of product knowledge and expertise and secondly, they offer us an integrated approach to European distribution.

Having a dedicated distributor across all European territories is the best approach for both NEC and our customers in this niche sector. These were the essential qualities we demanded in our search for the right partner to help us to achieve our progressive European expansion plans, whilst retaining the quality, expert support and customer service on which our reputation is built.”


Further information can be found online at: www.nec-display-solutions.com and at www.colorconfidence.com


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