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Just Add Power Strengthens Distribution Network

Just Add Power's AV-over-IP products are now available with service and support in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin

Just Add Power (J+P), a provider of Ultra HD-over-IP products, has formed partnerships with Tandem Marketing and Synapse Sales & Marketing to broaden its product availability and service support across the U.S. Midwest region.

“Just Add Power has experienced high demand and rapid growth as customers look to leverage their network to meet video distribution needs,” said Taft Stricklin, sales team manager at Just Add Power. “Both Tandem and Synapse are proven AV representatives with decades of experience to help us achieve our goals of providing dealers across the United States with impeccable service and support.”

Tandem Marketing will represent J+P’s entire line in Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

“Tandem Marketing is very excited to represent Just Add Power,” said Wally Whinna, president of Tandem Marketing. “Over the last few years, AllNet — our distribution division — has experienced a great amount of success selling Just Add Power’s Ultra HD-over-IP platform, so this is a natural fit for us and furthers Tandem’s 40-year reputation of providing installers with cutting-edge solutions and amazing support.”

Synapse Sales & Marketing will represent the full breadth of J+P’s video distribution solutions in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, and Southern Illinois. Synapse will also provide training and technical support.

“Synapse Sales & Marketing is excited to offer Just Add Power to our already strong catalog of solutions, which make our dealers more successful in their business,” said Rik Patrick, principal partner at Synapse. “The exciting technology offered by Just Add Power, combined with the support of Synapse, will prove to be a winning combination for all parties — from manufacturer to integrator to end user.”