NEC make applications affordable

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According to NEC’s Andrew Cooper, productivity applications aren’t just for SMEs. NEC is offering a helping hand to resellers and their customers alike, with huge savings on call management for small businesses until 31st March. “It’s all part of making applications more affordable for sub-8 extension companies in the tough times they face,” says Cooper.

“We don’t just sell systems and applications. We sell complete solutions that offer businesses a better way to work, even at the small end of the market. The difficult financial climate means that companies can benefit more than ever from better call management and boosted productivity. We’re offering more than a third off the SL1100 KSU and SL MyCalls with Unlimited Licence. This means that users can reap the benefits for longer. This will help resellers to clinch application deals even when customer budgets are squeezed.”

NEC has doubled their attachment rate year on year and are on course to do the same again.

Copper concludes, “We want to make it easier for our resellers to solution-sell, even after an initial deal. We’re offering a 33% discount on MyCalls Call Manager for businesses that purchased an SV8100 telephone system before April of this year. This means that users can improve their NEC solution at a reasonable cost. This offer is available until 31st March.”