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Expanded partner programs for Expand Networks

13 Oct 2009

The company today launched new customer loyalty and trade-up programs designed to help partners migrate from outmoded WAN deployments.Expand’s new Trade-up/Competetive Buy Back Program enables enterprises to migrate from outdated, legacy optimisation products to Expand’s flexible WAN optimisation solutions, by offering deals for trading in old products from competitors. The program is applicable to all equivalent competition products including Juniper, Riverbed, Cisco, Blue Coat and Mentat. For more information, visit the website.The other new addition is the company’s Customer Loyalty Program. Available to existing Expand Networks customers prior to September 30th, the program is meant to help enterprises extend, enhance, manage and maintain their infrastructure and optimise ROI on Expand investments. For more information, visit the website.

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