EVGA hardware available in SA from AxizWorkgroup
Full range of EVGA graphics cards, motherboards, and peripherals now readily available in South Africa
SA hardware distributor AxizWorkgroup has announced that it will be the sole distributor of EVGA products in Southern Africa.
A 3D computer graphics solutions and motherboards brand, EVGA, claims to be the number one NVIDIA authorised partner in channel sales throughout North America, and is expanding rapidly in EMEA territories.
EVGA’s products encompass mainstream and enthusiast graphics cards and high performance motherboards, including the “Classified” brand. EVGA also develops specialist overclocking tools and utilities, peripherals, and PCoIP Zero Client technology.
“AxizWorkgroup has been appointed as the only channel distributor of EVGA’s coveted range of NVIDIA graphics cards and Intel-based motherboards, ranging from entry-level to award-winning, top of the range products,” said Justin van Tonder, Product Manager at AxizWorkgroup.
“For the first time, resellers and customers on the African continent will have access to cutting edge technology and immediate availability of such stock,” explained Van Tonder. “Furthermore, the three year warranty speaks volumes about EVGA quality and its commitment to customer service.”
“EVGA is delighted to establish a partnership with AxizWorkgroup to distribute EVGA products in the Southern African region,” said Lee Rossiter, Sales Director for Northern Europe and South Africa at EVGA. “AxizWorkgroup is a respected provider of IT components and services to the African continent, and the company has an in-depth knowledge of the computer graphics industry that is underpinned by an unparalleled commitment to service. The primary focus for EVGA is customer service satisfaction and on this basis it requires EVGA to partner with only the best,” continued Rossiter. “It is clear to me that AxizWorkgroup is the partner to ensure we achieve this goal, while bringing more choice and more value to end users as EVGA expands in Southern Africa.”