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Nimans Goes Hosted with GreenSky

Nimans has produced a handy reseller guide to spearhead the launch of its new hosted voice service called GreenSky – an expansion of its reseller service proposition that Nimans claims will ‘shake-up’ the whole market.

The 12-page booklet is part of an introductory welcome pack and highlights how GreenSky is a ‘free’ hosted voice facility offering resellers either upfront or recurring revenue opportunities for the first time.

The service includes a free three-year hosted seat licence (worth £360) with every handset purchased. A choice of three models are available – Standard, Advanced and Executive – with upfront margin potential of 45%.

Group Sales and Business Development Director, Richard Carter commented “We are very excited by this unique and compelling proposition that allows resellers the choice to sell hosted in a completely different way. Free hosted voice, plain and simple,” said Carter. “As the new guide and welcome pack suggests… we are turning hosted voice on its head.”

He continued: “This is a very exciting new chapter in our history and a statement of intent about how serious we are to lead resellers on a new journey of revenue discovery – enhancing all the areas of expertise and service Nimans is renowned for.

“It’s a game changer, based on a traditional ‘tin’ style revenue model where resellers can sell phones upfront with included licences – or they can embrace a more modern approach of charging on a monthly basis at an RRP of £9.99 per month.

“Resellers can benefit from the channel reach, quality of service and strength of Nimans. We remain completely focused on our core business activities but recognise the need to diversify and inspire resellers to capture new revenue opportunities.”

Carter concluded: “GreenSky is a unique, easy and powerful route into Hosted Voice that puts all resellers firmly in control. It’s the dawning of a new era for ourselves and most importantly our customers. There’s tremendous market potential.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine