snom Revamps Partner Program

Gernot Sagl, CEO snom

VARs joining Snom’s new partner program stand to benefit from a radical new concept designed to provide them with joint marketing activities, success story publication and financial incentives.

Access to support and a direct contact person as well as continuous project and marketing support all feature in the newly expanded partner program. Services helping Snom work in tandem with participating partners will contribute to increased mutual success. The new partner program offered by premium desk, DECT and conference IP phone manufacturer Snom will provide partners with a solid platform for profitable sales.

Gernot Sagl, CEO Snom Technology GmbH commented “The Snom Partner Program is an effective means for us to support our resellers and partners.”

From registered to gold partner The program has three membership levels: registered, silver and gold. Each level offers partners benefits such as free demo phones through to rebates per device sold. Each of the levels are defined according to how many products are purchased from official Snom distributors, successful participation in Snom training programs and brand engagement.

The main objective of the program is to encourage as many qualified and motivated partners to join. On completion of the compulsory technical training, partners can then share a higher level of know-how when consulting, selling and deploying Snom solutions.

“The new Snom Partner Program offers participating resellers a perfect platform for continuous revenue generation,” explained Gernot Sagl, Snom CEO. “This program is clear evidence of our resolve to reward our indirect sales channel with a long-term, fair and profitable partnership. We are not just supporting our resellers, but the new program will also strengthen the position of our listed distributors. The Snom Partner Program is available in Europe, Africa and in some parts of Asia with our sales teams in the main regions available as local contacts. To us, partnership means support and communication in the local language.”

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