Daisy is launching its revamped indirect channel at its ‘Evolve’ partner event.
More than 100 of Daisy Group’s Retail business partners and prospects have registered to attend the company’s indirect re-launch at The Abbey Hotel in Redditch on Wednesday 27 June, 2012.
The ‘Evolve’ event has been organised to bring Daisy’s partners together and provide them with a comprehensive overview of the company’s enhanced portfolio of products, following a busy 18 month period that has seen its offering double in size from traditional lines and calls into other areas such as data and VoIP.
Andrew Wilson, Head of the Indirect Channel at Daisy said: “The evolution of Daisy has created the first true unified communications supplier in the market, providing the best solutions and highest paid commissions available.
“Our event seeks to inform our valued channel partners of how Daisy’s evolution can in turn help them evolve and stay ahead of their game in a crowded and competitive market place.”
The event follows the recent appointment of a specialist partner support team at Daisy comprising experts in data, hosted IP telephony and mobile. The team allows Daisy’s business partners to focus on sales without having to get involved in support issues.
Businesswise Solutions Ltd, a leading B2B cost reduction and purchase management company, sells Daisy’s full suite of products and services.
Dean Cockett, director, said: “Working with Daisy as its product range has expanded from traditional lines and calls into more modern technologies has enabled us to move into new areas and widen our own sales opportunities. As Daisy has grown, we’ve grown. It’s as simple as that.
“Daisy provides us with a one-stop shop for our customers’ communications requirements, consistently delivering exceptional service and support as well as providing highly competitive tariffs.”
Currently with over 250 business partners, Daisy’s indirect arm continually strives to increase the channel with an industry-leading commission structure. Andrew adds: “Partners signing up an average deal a day, for instance two lines and broadband, can earn themselves £108,000.”