Comms specialist Nimans is ramping up the support it can offer resellers that are looking for help with delivering IP services hoping it can help the channel unlock more UC business.
The distributor is launching ‘Compendium’, an auto provisioning and estate management service that should help resellers get increased revenues from the unified comms end point market.
As well as using the service to get access to a virtual warehouse of deployed hosted handsets resellers will also be able to shift users to different providers without any hassle.
The distributor will keep stock until it is required and offer resellers a ‘bonded warehouse’ facility so they can make sure they have access to the tech their customers might need.
The Compendium service also has the option of remotes firmware upgrades, tracking the health of devices and being part of the recycling and disposal process once users tech has reached end of life.
Ian Brindle, head of conferencing and telephony sales at Nimans, said that the firm was on a mission to gain a reputation for being a ‘logistics engine of the industry’.
“With the explosion in hosted telephony these are ground-breaking plans designed to make resellers’ lives as easy as possible – so they can capture even greater levels of business,” he said.
“We are a complete ‘destination’ for UC devices. It’s not just the delivery of that device but the whole journey from start to finish,” he added.
He quoted figures that supported the growth expectations with Skype for Business voice deployment expected to increase by 250% this year.
As more people work from home or mobile then firms of all sizes are starting to lean on the functionality that unified comms can provide to make sure that staff can continue to work efficiently.