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Rocom/Samsung OfficeServ 7100 events overshoot expectations

Five Rocom/Samsung roadshows have launched the OfficeServ 7100 to dealers across the country, and according to the hosts these events far exceeded all expectations with more than 120 dealers attending, and 90 of them new to Samsung.

Pirate prank pays off for Plantronics sales at Rocom

Dressing up isn’t just for children: Last month, Rocom held a Pirate scheme day to set the scene for a Plantronics sales drive. The sales floor – with a huge anchor centre stage – was decked out with flags as the Plantronics team, complete with cutlasses, eye patches and even a parrot, set about boosting sales.

Rocom aims to boost Motorola sales with dedicated support unit

With the expanded portfolio of Motorola radio products, a dedicated team has been created to support sales of Motorola at Rocom. The team members will be championing the Motorola brand and improving business by providing customer service, support, marketing and information for Motorola both externally and internally.

MTV Telecom says software revolution is unstoppable

MTV Telecom has thrown its weight behind the soft PBX and predicts that nearly all comms solutions will be software-based in just three years time. This trend, says the distributor, is one key reason why Swyx will be a ‘dominant’ player having already gained a firm footing in the European marketplace.

New Alcatel-Lucent site for convergence skills training seminars

Alcatel-Lucent has developed a new online portal designed to help UK business partners make the most of the company`s convergence skills training seminars. 

Hot demand for instant communication set to drive mobility apps

More than ever before, instant communication, whether in the office, at home or when travelling across the globe is now being demanded by an increasingly independent workforce who require highly flexible communication platforms without traditional boundaries. This trend is inspiring a new working culture, bringing the mobile office within the reach of the masses.

Sweets and smiles make passwords common knowledge

Passwords should be renamed `farcewords` if the findings of a recent survey are to be believed. According to the research, all it takes to get a password holder to spill the beans about their secret code is a smile or the offer of a chocolate.

Public Sector misses no-brainer Business Intelligence opportunity

Business Intelligence (BI) is now touted as the cornerstone of decision making based on facts rather than perceptions. However, when it comes to the Public Sector, investment in BI is only half that of the Private sector.

Norman flies the flag for traditional values in distribution

Steve Norman, the newly appointed sales director at Nimans, has criticised the strategy of some distributors that, he claims, has unsettled and undermined the business interests of comms dealers.

Callstream urges caution over 0845

Telecoms provider Callstream has cautioned businesses that may be about to migrate away from the 0870 telephone number range to 0845.
 

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