Kerridge Network Systems is looking for up to 40 more resellers to sell the Citrix Winframe and associated products.
Determined to share in the growing network computer market, the company has spent a million dollars on Citrix software since it was signed up a year ago. Dealers can expect to make 35 per cent margin on the product, which retails at #5,000.
Yuri Passea, director of KNS, said it was going to be a great couple of years for the company: ?We have gone from zero to the world?s top distributor of the Winframe in 10 months.?
The product is a good deal for the reseller because ?if he controls the Winframe then he can control the whole account?, he said. For every pound spent on the Winframe the customer spends #4 or #5 on peripheral products, according to Passea.
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