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Fuji Xerox launches rewards program

15 Oct 09

The company today launched a new rewards program where participating channel partners earn reward points to use toward offerings such as travel and electronics. Designed to show appreciation for partner loyalty, the program is known as Kansha, which is Japanese for ‘appreciation’ or ’thanks’, and is specific to partners in Australia and New Zealand. Partners earn points for every eligible Fuji Xerox printer sale and can exchange points for offering including: homewares, gift vouchers, experiences, fine dining, electronics and travel. “We wanted our channel partners to know what a vital part of our business they are by showing our appreciation for their hard work,” said Brand Monsbourgh, ANZ Marketing Manager for Fuji Xerox Printers.The program is available to all channel partners and their employees who sell eligible Fuji Xerox printers, though partners must register online in order to participate. Participants can check their point balance online, browse the online catalogue and search for products within a specific points range. For more information, visit the website.

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