Nimans’ resellers have been gaining a technical insight into Panasonic video conferencing technology as an engineering training course provided them with a valuable knowledge boost.
Held at Panasonic’s Newport training centre, participants took part in a hands-on training exercise, spanning Panasonic’s expanding VC portfolio – the HDVC KX-VC300 and KX-VC600 models.
Resellers voted the day-long event a resounding success, as one East Sussex-based dealer confirmed afterwards: “As a company we are looking to attack the VC market throughout 2012 and we have already identified a prime customer where Panasonic’s VC kit is ideally suited. The course provided us with a great platform to move further forward, inspiring confidence and providing lots of hands-on product knowledge. We got everything we wanted from the day. It was a thoroughly worthwhile experience.”
Configuration, advanced features and troubleshooting formed part of an informative event that attracted dealers from all corners of the country.
Nimans’ Head of Conferencing Sales, Ian Brindle, says the company’s Panasonic VC partnership – formed in the Summer of 2011 – goes from strength to strength.
He pointed out how the latest HD Visual Communication systems represent a significant step forward for resellers, as demand for video conferencing continues to accelerate, helping businesses save time and costs by reducing travel.
“The entry-level KX-VC300 represents a great way for resellers to embrace VC at the lower end of the market, perhaps for the first time as it is upgradeable to full HD and multi-site functionality,” Ian outlined. “The KX-VC600 is more powerful and boasts full HD and up to four multi-site capability.”
Nimans’ resellers can take advantage of competitive pricing, sales and technical training, as well as a dedicated Welcome Pack that includes a subsidised demonstration unit.
Brindle concluded: “In these challenging economic times, the argument for businesses big and small to embrace VC is compelling, with the evidence for a quick return on investment overwhelming. Panasonic invested £750,000 by deploying VC globally and recouped their outlay in just six months on flights alone.”