Dell sells just about everything, so I end up using them a lot.
GovConnection when I need purchasing support on something big, but out of the normal.
ProVantage for odd-ball and one-off stuff along with Amazon and Newegg. These are good places to check stuff to keep the other vendor's pencils sharp.
Monoprice for most any non-network-type cable and Cables to Go for most any network-type cable.
We've used WCA and have mixed results when it comes to their price and support.
I also like TopFloor and SHI and ensure I get them included whenever we do a bid.
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I am just wondering who everyone likes to use for vendors when purchasing equipment. Anyone have any experience with CDI or Connection? My go to has been SHI, CDW-G, Amazon and Apple.
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