Solotech launches online AV store
Thursday, 16 January 2020
The platform will support, in a second phase, purchases made in the United States
Canada - Solotech has officially announced the launch of its e-commerce platform. Directly accessible in Canada and via the home page of the company’s website, the Solotech Online Store is a resource for individuals and shops looking for professional audiovisual and entertainment technologies deliverable at home.
Currently offering used professional audio, video and lighting equipment available for shipment everywhere within Canada, the platform will support, in a second phase, purchases made in the United States. Previously used by Solotech during the tours of international artists, all products displayed on the online store are tested by the company’s teams of specialists before being offered for sale and guaranteed 90 days.
“This is the outcome of several months of tireless work to deliver a dynamic platform with a selection of both high-quality and affordable AV products since as they are second hand. What we offer with the Solotech Online Store, is a simplified shopping experience for diverse clients, from the beginner DJ looking for their first mixer, to the entertainement venue owner who’d like to get their hands on premium-brand projectors, all in just a few clicks,” said Philip Giffard, president of the sales and systems integration division of Solotech who oversaw the project.
“The launch of our e-commerce platform is another turning point in Solotech’s digital initiatives. We are delighted to offer an online store allowing to shop used AV equipment with confidence at a supplier with a proven reputation. We are confident that this new offering will meet the expectations of many of our current and future customers, considering the quality of service, the platform’s aesthetics and user-friendliness as well as the diversity of the products for sale. I am positive it will meet our clients’ expectations in terms of quality of service, user-friendliness and product selection.”, concludes Martin Tremblay, president and CEO of Solotech.
(Jim Evans)

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