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WatchGuard rewards sales success with Fiji trip

27 Aug 12

WatchGuard Technologies will reward the winners of its Australia and New Zealand Elite 2012 sales incentive competition with a trip to Fiji.

The business security solutions vendor says the incentive will reward the company’s top selling partners who have achieved the highest sales revenue this year.

Open to all WatchGuard ANZ partners and resellers, the competition will measure sales growth and performance from July 1 2011 to September 30 2012.

Staying at Shangri-la’s Fijian Resort & Spa on the Coral Coast, WatchGuard says winners can look forward to experiencing an extensive range of memorable, thrilling and relaxing activities.

“We are looking forward to both creating a great event for our partners and participating with the Fijian people in working for the community,” says Pat Devlin, ANZ country manager, WatchGuard.
“We value and understand the importance of good relationships and working together to achieve the best outcomes for all involved.

“We’re looking forward to rewarding our partners with a wonderful experience in recognition of their hard work and dedication in assisting us with another great and successful year.”

For further information of the competition visit WatchGuard online

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