Hardware vendor Fujitsu is embarking on an end-user marketing campaign to drive more sales of its server and storage products through the channel.
The campaign will provide end users with cashback on business continuity and virtualisation deployments that make use of Fujitsu's Eternus storage products.
Additionally, sales promotions will be offered on projects featuring Fujitsu's Primergy servers bundled with Microsoft's server management tools.
The vendor is calling on partners to contact customers about the promotions. It has also vowed to pass on any leads generated by the campaign to partners enrolled on its Select accreditation programme.
Simon Worsfold, channel and enterprise sales director for Fujitsu UK and Ireland, said: "By building solutions for our partners to take to market we are delivering on our ethos of making Fujitsu easier to do business with and helping our partners differentiate themselves from their competitors. "
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