Nimans has revealed the Panasonic NS700 comms solution has become one of its fastest growing SMB systems.
Dealers attended the Aztec Hotel and Spa in Bristol for a Panasonic NS700 Partner Event hosted by the distributor. The half day event was designed to introduce resellers who are new to the Panasonic brand about the benefits of the NS700 – and explain how they can take advantage of a series of support services.
“Since its launch in September 2014 the NS700 has become one of our fastest selling systems ever and the event was designed to explain the reasons why,” said John McKindland, Head of Solutions, System Sales at Nimans. “It was a resounding success with virtually everyone that attended signing up on the day.
“Renowned quality, advanced features and very competitive pricing were some of the biggest attractions of the system. We also wanted to outline how easy it is to onboard with Nimans and Panasonic and get a piece of the action.”
Attendees from as far as Penzance and South London met with the Nimans and Panasonic management teams, spoke to pre-sales specialists and learned about the latest software developments as well as witnessing the NS700 in action. They also took advantage of additional services available from Nimans such as leasing.
The ‘smart hybrid’ SMB system has become a big sales success, according to John who added: “The NS700 PBX has established itself as a firm reseller favourite due to its competitive pricing and impressive features list, so there’s never been a better time to get involved.”
Suitable for small to medium sized offices the NS700 is also designed to be used in call centre environments. Its built-in applications support the basic needs of supervisors, such as Queue Announcement, Live Status Monitor, Activity Report, Automatic Conversation Recording, and NAS (Network Attached Storage).
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