PanzerGlass specialise in providing screen and privacy protection
UC firm Nice Network has struck a partnership with PanzerGlass to become its first authorised B2B partner in the UK.
It comes as part of PanzerGlass’ strategy to increase its presence in the B2B market, starting in the UK.
PanzerGlass specialises in screen and privacy protection and operates in 83 markets globally, with key partners; including Samsung, Microsoft, Google and Huawei.
PanzerGlass has products that protects smartphones, tablets, laptop and MacBook devices.
The Danish company which were founded in 2013 has worked with Sunderland-based Nice Network for the past few years.
PanzerGlass UK sales manager Martin Carter said: “Having known and worked with Nice Network for a number of years, it’s exciting to find a reseller that is as focused on its partnerships with its suppliers as it is its customers.”
The partnership will see Nice Network staff fully trained by PanzerGlass to sell its products to its partners.
For Nice Network the partnership also builds on work that the firm has carried out to drive sustainability.
It follows a venture with electronic recycling specialist Rebuyer UK earlier this year, as a strategy to reduce its carbon footprint.
This partnership has seen Nice Network save thousands of unused devices from the landfill and instead recycled.
Nice Network head of sales and customer experience Geoff Burns has welcomed the partnership with PanzerGlass and said it will help the company continue to drive on its commitment to sustainability.
“PanzerGlass is recognised industry-wide as being one of the most innovative and sustainable companies in its field.
“Here at Nice Network, we produced the first ever white paper on ethical selling for the telecoms industry and this commitment to being responsible has been fundamental to helping us grow over the past 30 years.”