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New ANZ partner program sets the wheels in Motion

14 Jun 2013

Motion Computing has launched a "powerful, new partner program in Australia and New Zealand", designed to develop and deliver joint business opportunities with industry-leading mobility solutions providers in key vertical markets.

With its 10 year track record of tablet success, the Motion Valued Partner Program (MVP) reflects the value and importance Motion sees in partnering with dedicated solution providers whose business goals align with theirs.

The program is designed to drive success for value-add partners and ISVs who have been accredited to the program.

The company says a key component of the MVP is Motion’s marketing, sales and training resources provided to program members to drive sales effectiveness for both their customers as well as their own businesses.

These include, but are not limited to, external and internal marketing tools and programs to improve reseller visibility and drive sales opportunities.

“The MVP Program extends across all Motion’s partners including distributors, resellers and ISV’s and it is all about working with our partners to extend their own market reach, increase opportunities and drive more sales through our channel specific initiatives and corporate support,” says Brett Gross, country manager, Motion Computing ANZ.

"MVP’s Silver, Gold & Platinum Membership levels mean that there is a specific program to suit each individual partner.

"Motion Computing sells 100 per cent via our partner network and MVP takes these partnerships to an unprecedented level."

In New Zealand, Motion is distributed by Sektor.

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