Fujitsu has launched the Fujitsu CCD Loyalty Program 2016, a new channel incentive program for the highest performing European resellers of Fujitsu’s client computing devices (CCD). The award program, promoted as ‘Top of Europe Adventure,’ will run until December 31, 2016 across 12 European countries: Belgium/Luxemburg, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the UK.
At the end of this calendar year, Fujitsu will reward the channel partner with the highest points deriving from CCD sales between July and December 2016 in each country with an exclusive, all-expenses-paid trip to Andorra in the Pyrenees, where channel partners will take part in a Fujitsu-led business program as well as recreational activities. In addition, the three top performing channel partners in each country for the sales periods July to September and October to December will be invited to choose from a range of other quarterly prizes such as a kayak or an action camera, or donate the equivalent cash value to a charity of their choice.
The program is open to existing and future registered Fujitsu resellers that buy through distributors. Contest winners will be selected based on sales of the complete CCD portfolio, including Fujitsu ESPRIMO PCs, Fujitsu LIFEBOOK products, Fujitsu CELSIUS workstations and tablets, and Fujitsu STYLISTIC tablets. Sales success will be measured through a points system and weighted in three categories according to the reseller’s 2015 revenue to ensure a fair competition.
David Hazard, Head of Sales Operations and Channel in EMEIA at Fujitsu, says: “We are pleased to offer another major channel incentive program that recognises our most loyal European partners. We value all our channel partners, big and small, and the program is designed so that resellers of all sizes have a fair chance to win prizes. This is another great opportunity for our partners to demonstrate their success and hopefully a great incentive to increase their revenue through selling the whole range of Fujitsu’s client computing devices, which combine efficient business features with ease of use.”
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