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Iris Software Group strikes partnership deal with Equanet

27 February 2013  |  1253 views  |  0 Source: Iris Software Group

Iris Software Group, a market leader in payroll and accountancy solutions, has announced a new partnership deal with Equanet, the Dixons Retail-owned provider of IT solutions to business.

The partnership gives IRIS customers access to exclusive offers on computers and accessories.

Equanet has been providing IT services and solutions to a range of private and public sector businesses since 1976. With existing partnerships including world leading brands such as Microsoft, HP and Apple, customers have access to the best possible solutions for their business.

This new partnership means that IRIS customers will now have access not only to Equanet's range of services and solutions, but also to a selection of special deals. IRIS customers will be offered exclusive prices on Dell PCs and laptops, along with great offers on Samsung and Epson printers.

Customers can potentially receive any PC or laptop purchased under this deal completely configured and installed with the latest version of the IRIS Payroll software relevant to their business.

"We were thrilled to be able to establish this partnership with Equanet as we continuously endeavour to provide our customers with the best possible service. Access to high quality computers and accessories will help our customers maximise their efficiency as well as getting the most out of their IRIS software" said Mark Paraskeva, CEO of IRIS SME Division.

Customers can contact IRIS directly to find out more details about how they can benefit from this new partnership. 

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