Nimans has produced a special guide to help resellers exploit Skype for Business end point opportunities.
The 28-page ‘End Point Selection Guide’ highlights how Skype For Business growth is set to rocket over the next 12 months and beyond. IP phones, speakerphones, conference devices, huddle room solutions and headsets all feature alongside Compendium, Nimans’ IP end point support programme.
“Skype for Business is being adopted by businesses at an ever-growing rate and to ensure you’re maximising the opportunity from this market demand we have produced a handy all-in-one guide,” says Ian Brindle, Head of Conferencing & Telephony Sales.
“Don’t miss out on sales opportunities that come from the astounding growth in demand and adoption of Skype for Business end points. According to analysts, Microsoft UC device shipments were to grow nearly 40 per cent in EMEA in 2016, helped massively by the rebrand from Lync to Skype for Business. Combine that with the fact that Skype for Business is available as a Service through Office 365 and you can see how Microsoft has opened up its UC engine to a whole new market of opportunity worth $11.4bn in EMEA alone.”
He added: “Helping your customers choose the right end points is crucial. IT decision makers need to understand the business-critical role that end points play within a Skype for Business deployment. We have collected here in this comprehensive brochure the Skype for Business certified end points from our portfolio, to help you, help them, make the right choice. A certified device will work with Skype for Business straight out the box. No need for any technical support or further configuration by the user, saving time and money.
“Our extensive product range from big name brands, combined with Compendium –our IP endpoint selection, delivery, provisioning and support service – ensures Nimans is THE destination for all Skype for Business end points sales and advice.”
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