Nimans ‘Records’ Sales Surge with Jabra Headsets

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Innovative call recording functionality is helping accelerate sales of a new range of Jabra headsets from GN Netcom which benefit from intuitive touch screen technology.

Distributors Nimans and Rocom say the ability to record conversations from a touch screen interface is fuelling demand for the Jabra GO 6400 and PRO 9400 series which they describe as “more than just normal headsets.”

They are the first Bluetooth and DECT headsets to feature a touch screen base making call management easy to control, with simultaneous connectivity to mobile, soft and desk phones. Call recording is accessed by simply pressing an icon on the touch screen when a call is in progress from either a desk or mobile phone. This technology is an ideal solution for internal training, any customer discrepancies and also reference purposes.

The models represent the next generation in wireless headset technology by bringing together user friendly functionality with sleek design, according to Malcolm Swords, Jabra Headset Specialist at Nimans and Rocom – the biggest distributors of headsets outside of North America.

“Call recording is proving a big selling point as it provides resellers with an easy to use solution to offer their customers across many different industries, from the legal and financial professions to more general corporate sectors, generating lots of additional sales opportunities.”

Malcolm added: “The Jabra GO 6400 and Jabra PRO 9400 series allow workers to benefit from increased productivity by using a single headset for desk, soft and mobile phones which can easily be controlled and managed via a touch screen base.

“Nimans and Rocom are renowned for providing exceptional service levels, combining extensive product expertise with unrivalled delivery performance. These headsets have quickly established themselves as an important addition to our comprehensive portfolio, creating significant new market opportunities for our customers, particularly with call recording.”