ASI Electrics to distribute Quantify products in Vic

Tuesday, 24 September, 2019

ASI Electrics to distribute Quantify products in Vic

Intelligent homes technology pioneer Quantify Technology has signed an agreement with ASI Electrics for the distribution of its products in Victoria.

ASI Electrics is one of Victoria’s leading electrical contracting businesses, with over 200 direct employees, performing technically sophisticated electrical, maintenance and service projects, tasks and programs for customers in residential and commercial settings.

The addition of ASI Electrics comes after Quantify signed a distribution agreement with Queensland’s 8Digital, meaning that Quantify now has distributors in the four most populated states in Australia — New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia.

“Our reputation is built on our ability to ‘make it happen’, and our record of success attests to our commitment to exceeding our clients’ expectations and delivering exceptional service and expertise every time,” said ASI Electrics CEO Scott Edgcumbe.

“We are excited to offer Quantify’s solution to our clients to ensure we continue to exceed expectations and deliver an incomparable experience time and time again. We have a number of projects on the horizon with Quantify.”

Victoria represents about a quarter of Australia’s population and approximately the same percentage of the new build market. The agreement is part of Quantify’s growth strategy to create a national footprint of leading distributors and installers focused on the $1.8 billion/year new build and retrofit market.

“We are delighted to have ASI Electrics on board as the first distributor in Victoria,” said Quantify Technology CEO Brett Savill.

“ASI Electrics are one of the largest electrical contracting, service and maintenance businesses in the state with a strong project and sales pipeline. Entering into agreements with leading Australian distributors forms an integral part of our strategy,” he said.

Image courtesy of Quantify Technology.

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