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Equico launches tropical reseller incentive

01 Apr 10

The technology finance company has launched Equico Escape, which it says will allow resellers to earn points towards an all-expenses paid holiday to Hawaii.

“The programme is open to all Equico resellers and is designed to reward those individuals that make a significant contribution to our business,” says Equico General Manager, Ross Fodie.
Equico Escape is an “integral part of ensuring Equico is at the forefront of reseller conversations with clients,” Fodie added. “We want to demonstrate the real value Equico brings to the sales process, by offering smart and flexible solutions that help IT vendors and resellers sell more products and services, and grow their businesses.”

Fodie said that what this means for individual resellers, is that one hardware sale made through Equico leasing may contribute to the reseller earning more than one reward. The programme also aims to reward resellers for involving Equico experts in the sales process or by utilising Equico tools.

Resellers can also earn points by generating quotes using Equico Real-Time Quote.

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