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Xilica joins forces with TOA Electronics in Southern Africa

Xilica joins forces with TOA Electronics in Southern Africa

Xilica joins forces with TOA Electronics in Southern Africa

South Africa:

TOA Electronics Southern Africa Pty Ltd, a subsidiary of the TOA Group, has taken on distribution for Xilica in South Africa and select Sub-Saharan African markets. TOA Electronics Southern Africa is headquartered in Johannesburg with regional offices in Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth. The company differentiates itself from others in the local market by adopting a full-service approach that equally values sales, solutions engineering, training and pre/post-sales support.

One of TOA’s strengths in Southern Africa is its local teams and support staff in all major Sub-Saharan countries, alongside a broad portfolio of customisable systems. “Our reputation for reliability, coupled with our engineering calibre, go a long way toward allaying any fears of system failures and breakdowns,” said Ralph Singer, director, sales and marketing at TOA Electronics Southern Africa. “Xilica’s product range meet the same standards we value, and their products are especially ideal for the many installations that are done in remote locations on the African continent. They will also strengthen our value proposition in the corporate, education and government verticals that Xilica plays especially strong in today.”

Singer added that Xilica’s recently-launched Xilica Genius training programme will prove valuable in overcoming the travel distances and challenging infrastructure common in parts of the Sub-Saharan region. The pair will deliver their first joint webinar, DSP Built for Business on June 11 at 11am, South Africa Standard Time. Registration is open at https://bit.ly/2XNKY5O.



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