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Topic # 23036 16-Jun-2008 09:39
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We are looking at getting new printers, - roughly 4-5 large MFC's.

I like the HP printers and would like them to put in a tender for our printers, but I canny find any contact details for a Rep in Auckland.

If anyone could point me towards one that would be greatly appreciated

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  Reply # 138373 16-Jun-2008 14:50
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  Reply # 138926 18-Jun-2008 10:43
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HP probably dont sell those things direct, you might need to find a HP reseller.

What model MFC are you after?

And are you looking at outright purchase/lease or a cost per page model?



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  Reply # 138927 18-Jun-2008 10:45
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they used to, I used to work for HP

one of the guys moved from my team into printer sales.

Lease option I think, although cost per page would be considered, SO far we have had reps from sharp, konica, ricoh.. seems odd that I cant find the HP rep

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  Reply # 139033 18-Jun-2008 19:24
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I could put you in touch with someone at Exeed if you like? They are one of HP's biggest resellers in NZ.



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  Reply # 139040 18-Jun-2008 19:57
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That sounds good, do they do lease etc ?

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  Reply # 139043 18-Jun-2008 20:09
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Not sure - I've just flicked them an email and will direct message you when they get back to me. Or send me your email address to stuart@amanzi.co.nz


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  Reply # 139075 18-Jun-2008 22:08
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Exeed are disties (Ingram Micro are the other) to HPs Teir 2 resellers, so they may pass you off to another reseller, that said they do have the contacts with HP so can probably get someone to talk to you.

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