Panasonic System Networks Europe (PSNE) has launched its latest channel programme in the UK.
The vendor claims the three-tiered programme, which is being rolled out globally, has been designed to build on and extend the feature and functionality set of its existing voice systems solutions. It is particularly keen to attract players that focus in specific areas of the telephony solutions market that are not covered by Panasonic.
Steve Gerrard, marketing manager at PSNE, said: “Today no company is an island. No matter how easy you make them appear to end users, business communication systems are sophisticated pieces of software and hardware engineering.
“In an increasingly open, application-driven market, it is necessary to form strong alliances with like-minded technical companies that can enable PSNE to broaden solution offerings and deliver compelling communication applications and solutions.”
Gerrard said the programme was not intended to be hierarchical.
“Panasonic is a global player and in some cases we simply need some local additions to our product range that require little or no technical integration into our applications or solutions,” he said. “In other cases we partner with developers, integrators or other companies on solution enhancements that require significant technical interaction between both companies and will have a global commercial roll out.”
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