Nimans gives Resellers a Master Class

Nimans resellers were treated to a Unify ‘master class’ as they gained a valuable insight into the manufacturer’s roadmap and latest technology developments.

Held at the Oxford Belfry Hotel the exclusive full day partner technical conference was fully booked and had an international flavour with members of Unify’s senior management team flying in from across Europe.

The event was the brainchild of Nimans’ Unify Solutions Manager Jed Brewis and it provided engineers, technical managers and technical directors with a compelling and comprehensive overview of Unify’s’ latest plans.

They received service operations and training and certification updates, along with demonstrations of OpenScape Business V2 and Circuit – Unify’s ground-breaking next generation communication and collaboration platform.

A web collaboration overview was also staged via video link from Germany before an open forum and discussion was followed by a group dinner.

“A number of attendees have been involved with Unify for over 20 years and they place great value and endeavour into these collaborative events from senior Nimans and Unify partners,” said John McKindland Head of System Sales at Nimans.

“The initiative was the idea of Jed Brewis who used his personal contacts within Unify in Germany to secure high level support from their technical community. Several high powered members of Unify’s management team travelled from as far as Zurich and Munich, such was their desire to take part – whilst others joined via video link. It was a complete master class, very well received by everyone who attended.”

Unify’s Matthias Mueller, VP, Channel Services EMEA-R stated, he was ‘honoured’ to be a part of the master class event. “This type of workshop builds relationships and supports partner success. Unify has made a significant investment in the channel, putting the right resources in place to support our partner community. We will continue to work closely with Nimans to help their partners grow their businesses.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine