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Eaton reveals channel incentives

21 Aug 12

Eaton Corporation has unveiled the Eaton PowerAdvantage Rewards Program, an incentive scheme created exclusively for Eaton’s New Zealander channel distributors and resellers.

The industrial manufacturer revealed the program at the Ingram Micro Showcase 2012 in Auckland this week, saying the program features four levels of participation which provides flexibility for channel companies of all sizes.

Eaton says the tiered rewards program enables current IT distributor product management teams and account executives to access rewards through points achieved for individual sales of Eaton Power Quality and UPS solutions.

The solutions include Eaton UPS, surge protective devices, remote monitoring, meters, software, connectivity, enclosures and services.

“At Eaton, we place an extremely high priority on product development to bring our customers the most effective power quality and power management solutions on the market,” says Richard Jenman, managing director for ANZ, Eaton.

“At the same time, we are dedicated to collaborating with our channel partners to deliver comprehensive solutions that meet the needs of customers.

“The Eaton PowerAdvantage Rewards program is designed to forge trusted relationships with our channel partners to drive mutual success through dedication to partnership and customer service while ultimately rewarding individuals for a job well done.”

More than 3,000 rewards are available ranging from iPads and notebook devices to household goods and lifestyle experiences.

Participants can also use the incentive program to redeem a digital camera while top performing channel partner achievers can take home a Bose Lifestyle V35 home entertainment system.

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