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Topic # 164264 3-Feb-2015 15:11
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We have been using local distributor Exeed as a supplier for a good chunk of the SMB computer equipment we have available to business clients.  In the 3-ish years we have been dealing with them, there have been two problems with the supply of equipment.

On both occasions - the first 3 years ago by phone and the most recent yesterday by email - the response has been swift and proactive.

From time to time things go wrong for everybody.  Some companies will make excuses.  Some companies will not return calls/emails.

Based on our experience on these two occasions, and their normal efficiency at getting orders out the door, I cannot commend Exeed highly enough to other IT companies.

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Mike




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  Reply # 1230630 3-Feb-2015 15:43
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The two Directors Justin and Andrew are good people




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  Reply # 1231336 4-Feb-2015 19:28

We also use them as suppliers they are good.

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