Arecont Vision Starts Reseller Partner Program
GLENDALE, Calif.—Designed to help systems integrators expand their businesses, megapixel camera provider Arecont Vision has launched its Reseller Partner Program.
The program engages integrators to become active players in Arecont Vision’s field sales, marketing activities and execution. All reseller partners have access to design tools such as pixel density, storage and bandwidth calculators, project registration and other tools.
The program features include: dedicated partner portal access, demonstration units, co-marketing opportunities, monthly news bulletin, priority support, strategic account manager support, pre- and post-sales technical support and more.
Integrators will be tiered into gold, silver or bronze based upon the sales volume. Each of these levels has additional perks such as preferred lead dispersal, priority tech support and co-marketing opportunities.
“Based on the numerous business relationships we have established with systems integrators, it made sense to develop a program that includes those partners as key players in the sales execution, strategic marketing and overall success of the company,” says Scott Schafer, executive vice president of sales and marketing, Arecont Vision. “Through this program, we can ensure our reseller partners have the appropriate tools and resources to be successful in designing, selling and installing Arecont Vision systems.”
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