Resellers have the chance to ‘scrum down’ and experience VIP hospitality watching England take on Australia in this year’s Rugby World Cup – as part of a new sporting sales incentive from Nimans and Unify.
Based on highest sales growth the initiative runs until September 25th and culminates in eight resellers taking their places at Twickenham for the sell-out clash in October.
“The match includes five star hospitality and some of the best seats in the house,” says John McKindland, Head of Systems Sales at Nimans. “The competition is open to all partners and they have been given individual sales targets so everyone has an equal chance of winning. It’s not just based on who generates the largest volume, but highest growth about target.”
The latest incentive follows on from a similar sporting theme where resellers had the chance to win a place at the British Open golf this Summer. In addition Nimans and Unify have been hosting reseller recruitment events across the country.
High profile events were staged in London and Manchester, highlighting why there’s never been a better time to team-up with Nimans and Unify and join their burgeoning success story.
As an official distribution partner, Nimans emphasised the many compelling benefits of becoming a Unify reseller – such as a new Partner Program, enhanced on-boarding package and impressive product developments – involving OpenScape Business and Unify’s ground-breaking next generation communication and collaboration platform, Circuit.
“If you’re looking for a partner to help take your business to the next level, join Nimans and Unify. There’s never been a better time to engage with us,” confirmed John. He emphasised how the distributor is ideally placed to help resellers assess when best to embrace the continuing evolution of technology – whether traditional ‘tin’ or cloud-based.
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