Friday, 23 August 2019 12:25

Quantify, 8Digital deal on Queensland distribution

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Perth-based home automation company, Quantify Technology has sealed a distribution agreement with 8Digital for the distribution of its products in Queensland.

The initial one-year agreement, with a rollover provision, includes displaying Quantify devices in display suites.

Quantify says 8Digital has a strong sales pipeline, while maintaining a focus on integrating technology into high-end residential properties, with owner Karl Silverlock having a “good understanding of the product and its benefits”.

The agreement is part of Quantify’s growth strategy, with the company saying it is focused on signing up leading distributors across Australia “to capture a significant proportion of the $1.8B pa market that is expanding at 30% pa3”.

Quantify says the addition of 8Digital to its list of distributors means it now covers New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland – with further distribution arrangements in other states expected to be announced shortly.

8Digital Founder and Director Karl Silverlock said, “Technology has come a long way in the past five years and, as a result, we see a shift in the smart buildings industry”.

“8Digital is embracing this change. We share the same vision as Quantify Technology and are excited to be able to offer Quantify’s product range in Queensland.

“Our customers are very interested in Quantify’s solution, with some clients even having their new homes fitted without dimmers and multi-way switching in anticipation of fitting the qDimmer, before even seeing it.”

“We are delighted to have 8Digital on board as the first distributor in Queensland,” said Quantify Technology CEO Brett Savill.

“This is part of our strategy to sign up leading distributors on a national basis. Karl knows the product well and already has customers lined up.”

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