WatchGuard sends resellers to Fiji
WatchGuard's top selling partners get set for FijiBy Reseller News Staff, Auckland | Thursday, 23 August 2012
Winners of WatchGuard's Australia and New Zealand Elite 2012 sales incentive competition will win a trip to Fiji, the company has announced.
The Elite sales competition is now in its third year and rewards WatchGuard's top selling partners who have achieved the highest sales revenue in a year. This year's top partners will get four days and fun and relaxation in Fiji, at the Shangri-la Fijian Resort & Spa on the Coral Coast. This year, partners will also be able to combine fun with charitable work, assiting in the painting and repair of classrooms in a local school.
For the first time this year, two sales representatives from within WatchGuard’s channel partner community also have the chance to win a trip to Fiji in their own right. Individuals simply need to register their sales details and are then automatically allocated a certain number of entries per sale for certain WatchGuard products. Entries for these specific awards will be drawn on Monday, October 8 2012.
‘We are looking forward to both creating a great event for our partners and participating with the Fijian people in working for the community. We value and understand the importance of good relationships and working together to achieve the best outcomes for all involved,” says Pat Devlin, ANZ country manager, WatchGuard Technologies.
WatchGuard’s Elite 2012 Conference is being staged from November 8 to 11 and will include seminar sessions and break-out group discussions on WatchGuard’s product and technology roadmap, support and customer care programs and upcoming sales and marketing opportunities.
“We’re looking forward to rewarding our partners with a wonderful experience in recognition of their hard work and dedication in assisting us with another great and successful year,” adds Devlin.
WatchGuard Technologies recorded a 23 percent growth in revenue in Q2 this year compared to the same quarter in 2011.
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