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Issue Date: March 2007

Fujitsu Siemens Computers’ programme of support for the reseller

7 March 2007

Annex Distribution, supplier of Fujitsu Siemens Computers technology to the local market, strongly advocates participation in the Fujitsu Siemens Computers Reseller Development Program.
The program is a global initiative designed to assist resellers in the improvement of service and delivery.
Upon registration with the program, local resellers can connect to an online portal that houses up-to-date information on new products, recent price lists and details on soon-to-released solutions and technology.
Operators can use the portal to interact with each other and Fujitsu Siemens Computers and discuss trends, developments, news and other issues that impact on business opportunity.
The Annex Distribution and Fujitsu Siemens Computers alliance is focused on providing solutions to the corporate sector and end-user markets, including the rapidly expanding digital lifestyle arena.
According to management at Annex Distribution the Fujitsu Siemens Computers reseller program strengthens existing service to these markets by adding measurable value.
The company suggests that by promoting this initiative locally, distributor partners are also investing in their own future success.
“The role of the distributor is to reinforce existing channels of communication and open the way up for an increase in trade opportunities. This particular program can only strengthen the industry and improve service delivery to the local market. There is no cost associated with membership and information supply is automatic and immediate,” says Ravi Perumal, assistant general manager at Annex Distribution.
“Each reseller who registers with the program can use the services to expand business. Aside from news, events and technology development, the portal also serves as a lead generation mechanism. By helping to promote the program Annex is making a sound investment in proactive service and delivery,” Perumal concludes.

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