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April update

April 04, 2014

First off, we would like to thank our customers for a GREAT first quarter 2014.  Business is doing well and the pace kept strong all winter.  We are having fun and continuing to expand our product offerings.  On average, we are adding 5 SKU's per week.  Some of the latest include the Adafruit Trellis keypad, the Adafruit Anemometer wind speed sensor, and the Pimoroni PiGlow.  We have come a long way from our humble beginnings selling configured Raspberry Pi systems!

We are glad to report that we are in the process of signing a distributor agreement with Arduino, and we are getting a stock package from Spikenzie Labs.  I would be remiss if I did not mention that two of our key growth enablers have been managing all of our inventory using Stitch Labs and changing our shipping to ShipStation.  Our customers have enjoyed even faster shipping times and over 99% order accuracy!

To our 6,000+ customers in the last year: thank you for your business!




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