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DC relaunches reseller programme

02 Mar 11

DC Experience is a partnering programme designed to enable Distribution Central’s partners to build their businesses in advanced and emerging technologies.

The programme, first launched in 2010 running between March 1st and June 30th, also aims to reward partners accordingly.

"We are very proud to be re-launching DC Experience for the second year in a row. The DC Experience program focuses on our partner’s ability to build their business in the areas of high-growth and highly profitable advanced and emerging technologies and rewards them for this growth,” said Nick Verykios, Sales & Marketing Director for DC (pictured).

There will be a total of 10 successful DC Experience partners – two per business unit in Australia and two New Zealand partners – who will earn the opportunity to send a representative on the DC Experience to Broome, Australia.

Last year’s DC Experience winners were Bridge IT, Dimension Data, Diversified Computing & Consulting, Frontline Systems, IPSec, Loop Technology, Sholl Communications, xpanse, Fujitsu NZ and Turnstone.

DC Experience is currently supported by Avaya, Blue Coat, Brocade, NetApp, Plantronics and Riverbed in Australia; and Avaya, Plantronics and Riverbed in New Zealand.

Last month The Channel reported that DC had begun expansion talks with New Zealand resellers.

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