TD SYNNEX now Offering Amazon’s Fire TV Sticks, Tablets and Kindles
Broadliner TD SYNNEX is giving retailers and webstores easier access to Amazon’s popular consumer products lines, including Firesticks, Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers, and enabling them to take advantage of its extensive range of specialist, logistics and financial services.
Retailers can take advantage of the tremendous customer services, logistics and credit and finance options available from TD SYNNEX to maximise their opportunities. The company offers a wide range of specialist services for retailers and webstores, including electronic software distribution that can be fully integrated with their own systems, comprehensive trade-in options with verified recycling and refurbishment of equipment, tailored retail merchandising, and website optimisation services.
In addition, TD SYNNEX offers direct shipment and private label, and full third-party logistics (3PL) services, and a range of flexible credit and financial options, including the popular Credit Elevator programme, which enables partners to extend credit lines without having to re-apply for higher limits. More than 2500 accounts make use of this scheme alone, and TD SYNNEX currently has credit lines of around €2.1bn in the UK channel.
Ryan Thomas, BU director – consumer electronics at TD SYNNEX UK, stated: “Amazon Hardware is a great addition to our growing line-up of popular consumer products and comes at exactly the right time. There is strong and growing demand for Amazon products to be sold and supported by trusted independent retailers and this will make it easier for our partners to access and offer Amazon products and take advantage of all the value-added services TD SYNNEX offers to grow their business.”
The powerful Fire TV sticks provide full HD streaming of TV and Freeview channels. The Fire tablet devices are ideal for reading, web browsing, watching videos, and listening to music, as well as taking and making video calls and keeping on top of social media and IM. The Kindle remains the most popular family of e-readers on the market.