NaviSite will be taking visitors to the cloud in more ways than one when exhibiting at this year’s Convergence Summit South. In addition to running on-site demonstrations of its product portfolio and channel solutions, the team are offering visitors the chance to take to the clouds through their on-stand competition. All you need to do is go to their stand 96/97 to get a chance to win an amazing helicopter flight around London – simply by getting your badge scanned and filling in a competition card.
On a more pragmatic front, the Regional Sales Channel director David Penny and his team will be on hand to outline the benefits of working with them to deliver branded cloud solutions to your customers. The NaviCloud Director (NCD) Partner Portal should be particularly interesting for Channel companies. The NCD Partner Portal fuels a partners’ cloud business by providing a way to offer a self-service cloud platform with access to an aggregated view of all customer activity in an easy-to-use dashboard tool in real time. This provides partners straightforward, seamless administration, billing and overall management capabilities from a single source. Built on a downstream ‘multi-tiered’ hierarchy, the portal allows you to manage as many tiers for your customers as your business demands.
If that’s not enough to entice you to visit the stand, there’s also a charging point, which means that if your mobile gets low on power, you have an opportunity to recharge your phone and take the opportunity to find out what NaviSite has to offer Channel partners whilst you wait.
NaviSite’s European managing director Sean McAvan will be joining a panel discussion on day 2 at 14:00 to talk about “Transitioning to Hybrid and the Cloud”. He’ll be joined by Graham Harris from Daisy, Avner Peleg from hSo, and Colt’s James Kershaw for what promises to be a fascinating discussion on one of the biggest opportunities for the channel. The NaviSite team look forward to connecting with you at the show.
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