Welcome to Tarsus Distribution

Tarsus Distribution (was Tarsus Technologies) distributes the world's leading IT hardware brands to the Southern African reseller channel. Tarsus, a member of the Tarsus Technology Group, was established in 1985 and with three decades of operation, it is the longest-established IT distributor in South Africa. Tarsus is uniquely positioned to meet the channel's needs for credit funding, stock availability and efficient logistics to ensure that resellers are able to deliver the best possible service, support and overall solutions to their end user customer base at the lowest possible cost. Not only does Tarsus provide excellent service and world-class logistics, it is also committed to the development of the reseller community and its skills.

Tarsus's head office is situated in Gauteng with branches in Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga, Free State, Klerksdorp and Polokwane. Tarsus has also extended its footprint into Africa with branches in Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia and a focused sales team that services the other territories in Southern Africa from the Gauteng head office.

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Warranties

Warranties and Returns

For more information on warranties and returning any items, contact your account manager or our returns centre.

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BEE

BEE Certificate

Tarsus Technologies is part of this group and is recognised as a Level 4 contributor with a BBBEE procurement recognition level of 100%.

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Jobs

Job Opportunities

We're looking for people like you. For all those wanting to work in an always changing fast-paced and exciting company, join Tarsus today!

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OUR PARTNER PROGRAM

Tarsus Distribution has gone to great lengths to ensure that its partner program covers all the key value points from education to customer service, logistics, financial assistance, black economic empowerment, and corporate social investment.

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