Stratasys and new partner WYNIT are an obvious match. Both companies are on the path to progress with 3D printing and not afraid to take that leap into new technology, new products, and the new future in the graphics market, which is obviously experiencing an entirely new angle for both designers and retailers.
In adding them as a value-added distribution partner, Stratasys will have a dedicated 3D printing team for both business development and support services.
This will apply to:
- Stratasys Mojo
“By authorizing WYNIT as a national distributor and leveraging its extensive and focused reseller network, we aim to significantly expand Stratasys’ 3D Printer market share,” says Gilad Gans, President, Stratasys North America. “We see this as an opportunity to extend our reach into new segments that are looking to adopt our leading 3D printer technology and relevant solutions and applications.”
With corporate offices in Syracuse, NY, and distribution centers in both Memphis and Reno, WYNIT was founded in 1987. The company has a long history in distribution for supplies in the following industries:
- Consumer electronics
- Wide format printing
- Outdoor leisure and adventure industries
With a commitment to giving their customers the competitive edge, adding 3D printing to their lineup in retail was obviously a smart move that sends their business as well as all the businesses they supply into the competitive and innovative arena of today that relies on technological savvy and serious forward movement.
WYNIT does not sell to end users, but only their wide range of authorized resellers, consisting of both large national retailers and independent resellers—througout the US and Canada.
“We have an established community of resellers in various markets including the technical (2D) graphics vertical, which we believe has great potential for expanding into the 3D printing category,” said Geoffrey Lewis, Chief Executive Officer and President of WYNIT. “We view Stratasys’ 3D Printers as the market leader in terms of quality and performance for commercial applications. We anticipate that our broad market reach and value-added distribution services will allow us to tap into additional incremental markets.”
The company distributes a wide range of contemporary electronics and products that often complement the world of 3D printing like action cameras, drones, navigation devices, smartphone accessories, wearable technology, and much more in a long list of items for resale with something to catch the interest of everyone.
Because WYNIT already has a solid, existing network—ongoing for decades now–of customers doing their own business on down the line, the partnership with Stratasys offers a solid way to offer further opportunities to potential resellers, authorizing them to sell 3D printing equipment. Together, the two companies will be able to reach, explore, and give added benefit to markets previously untapped.
Discuss the latest Stratasys partnership for distribution and reselling of 3D printers in the Stratasys/WYNIT 3D Printer Distribution Partnership forum thread over at 3DPB.com.
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