Gamma was joined by over 600 channel partners for its latest annual roadshow, ‘Much Ado About Gamma’. With previous roadshow themes focused around stately homes, museums, universities and castles, this year Gamma’s senior management team completed a theatre themed tour of the UK, visiting four iconic venues in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London.
During the roadshow Gamma shared its latest developments, such as its new partner marketing portal, Accelerate; Academy, its online training portal; as well as the key product releases planned this year including new Cloud and Converged services.
Daryl Pile, Managing Director at Gamma commented: “We’ve hit the ground running in 2017, with a quicker pace on development across the product portfolio and our annual roadshow provide a great opportunity way for us to get together with our Channel Partners and share with them our plans and latest developments. As our loyal partner base continues to grow, it remains a priority for us not to lose sight of what’s important; listening to our partners and continuing to innovate, develop and deliver. We were delighted to welcome a record number of partners to this year’s roadshow”.
Nick Thomas, Managing Director at RHM Telecommunications commented: “With mixed expectations, we attended the Gamma Roadshow in Birmingham; I have to say it was an excellent session. The roadmap of product development for 2017 announced was fantastic. Horizon enhancements for the year fill all of the gaps with things like true hot desking and Unified Comms enabling RHM to kick on with this product. The planned launch of shrink-wrapped AWS through the Gamma Portal is very interesting for us as a traditional voice partner and may enable us to have an easy entry into providing Cloud computing. And finally the announcement of the new marketing portal ‘Accelerate’ made it very clear what a great asset this is going to be for us and our marketing plans moving forward. All in all it was a great session with many developments we can plug straight into our business”.