Nimans to Host Panasonic Partner Event

Paul Burn

Nimans is hosting a Panasonic NS700 Partner Event on Wednesday, 9th March at the Aztec Hotel and Spa in Bristol. The half day event is designed to introduce resellers who are new to the Panasonic brand about the benefits of the NS700 – and explain how they can take advantage of a series of support services.

“Since its launch in September 2014 the NS700 has become one of our fastest selling systems ever and the event is designed to explain the reasons why,” said Paul Burn Head of Category Sales at Nimans. “Renowned quality, advanced features and very competitive pricing are some of the many reasons. We also want to outline how easy it is to onboard with Nimans and Panasonic and get a piece of the action.”

Attendees will meet with the Nimans and Panasonic management teams, speak to pre-sales specialists, learn about the latest software developments and see the NS700 in action. They will understand where it sits in the market and how it stacks up against the competition – and learn about other complementary solutions available from Nimans.

The ‘smart hybrid’ SMB system has become a big sales success, according to Paul who added: “The NS700 PBX has established itself as a firm reseller favourite due to its competitive pricing and impressive features list, so there’s never been a better time to get involved.”

Suitable for small to medium sized offices the NS700 is also designed to be used in call centre environments. Its built-in applications support the basic needs of supervisors, such as Queue Announcement, Live Status Monitor, Activity Report, Automatic Conversation Recording, and NAS (Network Attached Storage).

High definition voice quality is combined with seamless integration with desktop applications, as Paul concluded: “All in all this is a very powerful package which is proving extremely popular with our Panasonic customer base – and we want more resellers to join to the party. The hotel venue is conveniently located just off the M5 near the M4 corridor and we expect attendance to be high.”