Having recently seen success with its February Heroes promotion, Entatech is continuing the theme of partner support with a number of events throughout this month.
The regular Enta Live events will make a reappearance, with the next one scheduled to take place at the Microsoft Campus in Reading’s Thames Valley Park on March 27th.
This event aims to help the reseller channel with a full schedule of presentations and displays from a number of key vendors, while attendees will get the opportunity to speak to the relevant account managers and network with other professionals from across the industry.
Of particular note is the opportunity to hear about the new Windows 8, Office 2013 and Server 12 solutions directly from Microsoft’s own team; representatives from Fujitsu will be talking about the new 10.1-inch tablet PC designed for the professional market; and Intel will be giving the lowdown on its Next Unit of Computing (NUC).
Delegates who attend EntaLive will be eligible for a host of freebies and will be entered in to a prize draw to win a Microsoft Surface, Intel NUC or a Fujitsu Tablet.
And with incentive schemes proving an effective route to market, Microsoft has teamed up with Entatech to launch a new scheme that gives partners the opportunity to win a golfing holiday in the Algarve as part of the launch of the new Office suite.
Ten winners will be chosen from among those Enta customers who purchase any version of Office 2013 over the next three months and the winners will be chosen based on sales growth percentage.
“Entatech have always had a great relationship with Microsoft and we are proud to be the number one Microsoft OEM distributor in the UK,” commented Entatech’s group vice president, Jon Atherton.
“We’re excited about the possibilities that the new Office SKU’s will bring, both to Entatech and our customers, and I for one am really excited about this new incentive.
Anyone who knows me knows how much of a golf fanatic I am, so for me personally, I‘m confident that this will prove a popular campaign amongst our customer base.”