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Computer 2000 has become an Authorised Microsoft OEM Product Distributor. The appointment (formerly known as a Delivery Service Partner, or DSP) is something the distributor has wanted for some time, said Graeme Watt, Computer 2000 MD. "We are delighted with their decision. Hot on the heels of our Eurodis OnBoard acquisition, this demonstrates that we mean business in the Systems Builders market. "We are well on our way to developing the lead role in UK components distribution," said Watt. Sven Mahon-Daly, general manager components division at Computer 2000, said: "With Microsoft in the portfolio we can now offer that complete one-stop service…We can now present our systems builder customers with all the elements required to build high quality, industry standard PC systems." Computer 2000 will start providing Microsoft OEM products from 1 September. ®

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