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Daisy to run data workshops for dealers

Paul Withers
March 29, 2012

Sessions in April will educate partners looking to enter the data market on how to grow revenues and profit margins, as well as improving customer retention

Daisy Wholesale will run a series of workshops throughout next month for dealers looking to enter the data market.

They will take place in Birmingham, Leeds and Hampshire and will educate dealers on how data services can help grow existing revenues, enhance profit margins and assist in improved customer retention.

They will be talked through Daisy Wholesale’s data portfolio, including FTTC (fibre to the cabinet), EFM (ethernet in the first mile) and VPN (virtual private networks).

It will cover detail from market insight and trends to the revenue opportunities when selling these products and services.

Daisy Wholesale will also provide marketing expertise to help resellers promote these new services to their existing customer base.

Every partner that attends one of the workshops will receive £200 off their next EFM or ethernet order.

Daisy Wholesale sales director Garry Growns (pictured) said: “These workshops are ideal for those partners who are looking to expand their existing portfolio and increase their competitive advantage.

“We want to demonstrate how, by adding additional services to their portfolios, resellers can make their customers ‘stickier’, increase their revenues and lock out their competition by delivering the total solution.

“These workshops are not about confusing our partners with technical jargon. They have been organised to demonstrate the potential of these services and to remind them we have the expertise and support available to them every step of the way.

“We really want resellers to be able to get under the skin of our services so that they can use this knowledge to best advantage in front of their customers.”


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