Sennheiser Launches New Deal Registration Program
Sennheiser is offering some special new perks for its reseller partners.
“We’re looking to assist our dealers and resellers in meaningful ways, so they can offer premium audio solutions as part of an overall unified communications environment at even higher margins,” said Dawn Birr, channel manager for Enterprise Solutions at Sennheiser. “The Deal Registration program not only provides a significant financial advantage for our customers, but empowers us with the foresight to support their potential sales from the outset, acting as a long-term, consultative partner and securing the best possible pricing and product for an individual opportunity.”
Through its new Deal Registration program, the audioconferencing and headset solutions company is providing price savings of up to 15 percent. That’s for qualifying deals in North America with more than 50 business users.
“A six-month registration period allows customers to lock-in their pricing for one full year, pending the win of the specific registered opportunity,” Sennheiser explains. Resellers who close registered deals will also receive one of the company’s MB 660 business headsets, the company adds.
Sennheiser offers business headsets including the D 10, MB 660, SD wireless, Century, Circle, and Culture series. Sennheiser’s headsets are certified for use with Skype for Business. They also are compatible with Unified Communications Solutions from Avaya and Cisco. Sennheiser also provides speakerphone and audio conferencing products. That includes new SP 220 system, which supports up to 12 users; the SP 10/SP 20 speakerphones; and the TeamConnect Wireless conference system.
“Our Deal Registration program offers notable savings with percentages beyond what’s been offered by some of our competitors,” Birr continued. “We’re looking to give dealers in the channel an additional incentive to deliver the highest quality audio to their end customers, which will create a more productive and efficient workplace for those business organizations. In addition, we’ll be able to offer longer-term guidance and support to help those solution providers close deals and capitalize on a greater volume of opportunities. It’s a win-win scenario.”
Edited by Mandi Nowitz