VertexKIT users will get their equipment purchased and delivered within the next working day, with products including laptops, tablets and smartphones available on the store. The new marketplace is part of Digital Space’s continued plans to strengthen its customer service offering and forms part of the IT provider’s recently launched supply chain service, Tech Space.
Sarah Lambert-Gibbs, head of supply chain at Digital Space (pictured), said, “We are delighted to finally announce the launch of vertexKIT, an exciting marketplace where customers can purchase IT equipment and smart devices, from PC monitors to contact centre headsets.
“The benefits of vertexKIT are vast, with businesses being able to get hold of equipment quickly without the high associated costs. What’s more, with CSR being an integral part of many IT purchasing decisions, the marketplace offers customers greater sustainable choices, including hardware recycling, carbon neutral laptops and refurbished hardware.”
Shane Gehlig, product manager at Digital Space, added, “vertexKIT provides our customers with an all-in-one complete solution. If a business is receiving their connectivity, productive and secure services through Digital Space, they no longer need to go elsewhere for IT equipment. Their account managers can work with them to provide an all-encompassing service that is hassle-free and time efficient.”
Digital Space, formerly known as Timico, is a technology platform and solutions provider based in Newark-on-Trent. The company transitioned into a cloud-first provider following multiple cloud-focused acquisitions including Arcus Cloud Services. The company’s client portfolio includes Burger King, St John Ambulance and Harrods Aviation.