Dozens of resellers have been discovering how an IP solution from Phybridge can help them take ‘the simple route’ to IP telephony adoption.
Phybridge technology is available from UK Master Distributor Nimans where a series of sales webinars have been running. The 30 minute sessions highlighted how Phybridge can help resellers identify and eliminate customer barriers to IP Telephony, shorten the sales and deployment cycle and eradicate data network dependencies. Resellers also learned how to engage with customers earlier in the sales cycle and create a repeatable and scalable deployment process.
Over 50 resellers from across the country took part in the three learning programmes, with more events planned throughout the year.
The Phybridge PoE switches deliver power over a single pair of telephony grade wire with up to four times the reach of traditional data switches. They are designed to allow businesses to maximise their existing voice infrastructure and transform it into an IP path with ideal power for IP telephony. The solution has been certified with many leading manufacturers including Aastra, Avaya, Broadsoft, Mitel, NEC and Unify.
“Almost every reseller we speak to immediately understands the huge potential and business opportunities available. They ask if only we’d had this before! It’s quick, easy, risk free, low cost IP telephony migration and resellers have given a very enthusiastic response,” said Paul Burn, Head of Category Sales at Nimans.
Dealers can take advantage of a discounted demonstration kit and find out more by visiting www.nimans.net where they’ll discover a dedicated Phybridge infrastructure section.
Burn emphasised: “The webinars were a resounding success and demonstrate the growing appetite for this product from the reseller community, from dealers big and small. Demand is growing on a weekly basis.”
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