Nimans has reported a rise in Samsung sales last year which they expect to continue into 2014. Sales rose throughout 2013 in a multi-million-pound coup that saw overall revenue rise in a double digit sales bonanza. The final quarter of the year recorded the highest number of systems shipped as further sales records were broken.
SIP Trunks continue to grow accounting for around 35% off all installed trunk ports on Samsung systems. This is expected to further rise following the launch of a dedicated SIP trunk service from Nimans.
In a further boost the OfficeServ7200 system which serves up to 128 extensions had a record month towards the end of the year with sales growing 100% against monthly averages.
Nimans’ Head of Category Sales, Paul Burn, says IP handset growth continues to gather pace with in excess of 40% of all Samsung handsets being shipped now IP.
“With the introduction of the Samsung IES4028 and IES4024 PoE switches Nimans will be able to offer a fully Samsung branded IP system and applications suite further driving the Samsung IP offering.”
He concluded: “We ended 2013 with a bang and expect similar levels of performance this year as Nimans strengthens its reputation as the place to come for Samsung solutions.”
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