Panintelligence Highlights Software for Margin Opportunities

Panintelligence is holding a dedicated reseller recruitment event in Leeds to demonstrate how its software can complement the portfolios of a wide range of resellers, adding value to their existing customer relationships and generating new revenue.

The half-day event, taking place in Leeds at Headingley Stadium on 21 February, is a key component of an aggressive programme of channel expansion, designed to initiate conversations with potential partners across a variety of sectors including financial services, education, retail, marketing, distribution and logistics and not for profit.

2013 research from Pringle & Company, a technology market research firm, revealed that the global BI market is growing at 16% per annum and will reach $143.3bn in 2016. Investment in analytics tools is growing even faster, in both software and services, at 18.8% and 20.9% respectively, indicating that the global analytics market will be worth more than $18 billion by 2016.

Panintelligence’s Partner Manager, Zandra Moore, will also be joined by current partners Advanced Business Solution (ABS) and Document Logistix, who will present how they have benefitted by adding the dashboard solution to their product portfolio.

Zandra comments: “This recruitment event forms the next cumulative step in our reseller recruitment drive. We want to give potential resellers the opportunity to meet our team and speak with some of our existing partners face-to-face to see exactly how business intelligence software can help them address what is a very common business problem – how to make better use of their critical data.”

“Resellers can help their customers raise productivity while saving both time and money by consolidating data from multiple systems in one place and in real-time,” adds Moore. “The result is a dashboard from which data can be easily manipulated and displayed from any device, anywhere. It’s a hugely powerful system that is remarkably easy to use. The opportunities for the channel are significant.”

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