It’s all in the preparation says Daisy

Daisy Wholesale is making sure it carries the torch when it comes to making extra sales and provisions during the upcoming Olympic Games.

Daisy Wholesale boasts a dedicated area on its website for BT news and information which is invaluable to the aggregator’s resale partners in the run-up to London 2012.

While the Games do not take place until July, restrictions which forbid digging on roads or pavements over the entire Olympic Route Network have already been put in place; and resellers need to be aware of them.

Paul Richens, Daisy Wholesale Operations Director, said: “Resellers need to be aware of the restrictions in order to manage their customer expectations. Failure to plan ahead now could mean a delay in installations and some very unhappy customers on the reseller’s books.

“We want to minimise the risk of this happening and so have put together comprehensive details of how this may affect both the reseller’s business as well as impacting on their end customer’s business.”

Daisy Wholesale is also keen to see its resellers benefit from the Games, by offering home working solutions to those in and around London and other sites hosting the Olympics.

With some 800,000 people travelling across the city to various Olympic venues on the busiest day of the Games alone, this gives resellers the perfect opportunity to visit businesses to tell them how they can facilitate their employees working from home.

Paul added: “VPNs, mobile and smart phones, as well as tablets, will be even more important to businesses during this period and could be a great opportunity for resellers to break into new product areas when workforces see the benefits of having such equipment. “

The Daisy Wholesale devoted web content includes 15 areas of consideration offering key information such as order timelines, the dates from which routes which will be closed off, travel hotspots to avoid and a number of other pointers which a reseller may not have thought to consider.