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Brocade puts cash in hand

01 Oct 07

Brocade, a leader in networked storage solutions that help enterprises connect and manage their information, recently announced a new channel rewards program for Brocade resellers in New Zealand.  The program will reward resellers with up to US $1,000 per product sold.

The rewards program is based around a VISA debit card, which is issued to eligible program participants on request.  All the reseller has to do then is sell an eligible Brocade product, and submit a claim via the web site. The cash reward is then credited to their VISA card.

An extensive list of Brocade products is included in the rewards program, including various SAN Directors, Switches, Routers and Extensions, in addition to a selection of FAN products and Wide Area File Services (WAFS) solutions. All eligible products have a points value, with one point equivalent to one US dollar.

“We’re very pleased to be able to roll out this rewards program in Australia and NZ,” commented Graham Schultz, Regional Manager for Brocade ANZ. “Brocade recognises the importance of our reseller network and the value they add to our business.  This is a great way for us to recognise those businesses and individuals that demonstrate their commitment to us and help contribute to our mutual success.”

Brocade resellers interested in the program can register via the website:

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