THE continuing climb of the Australian dollar has enabled National Instruments to reduce prices on all product lines by 10-15% in Australia and New Zealand.
"The price reduction will have a tremendous impact on the bottom lines of our customers. Not only will customers continue to increase productivity and get to market more quickly by using NI products, they will also record significant cost savings" Jeremy Carter, National Instruments Oceania General Manager said.
The new Oceania pricing structure, when combined with the new lower pricing of National Instruments data acquisition cards, means customers can save up to 30% on last year's data acquisition prices.
With the dollar forecast to climb even further in 2004, there is a strong possibility that prices will decrease again which adds up to even more good news for National Instruments customers.