March 31,2011 – Recently, business telephone systems giant Panasonic announced a new regionally oriented channel for distribution of its business telephone systems (BTS) in the U.S. Designed to complement Panasonic’s existing distribution channels, this arrangement will also allow smaller regional distributors the benefits of being part of the Panasonic dealers network.
Regional distributors will enhance Panasonic’s ability to reach local markets and smaller businesses by utilizing their specialized dealer networks and regional contacts. Because regional distributors are able to focus on more customer-centric service, they are also able to introduce new markets and potential customers to Panasonic’s BTS products.
Officially entitled Panasonic BTS Tier II Distribution Program, the program will launch in May 2011. It will afford regional distributors access to the full features of Panasonic’s BTS dealer network including proposal templates, award winning training and support, configuration tools, and knowledgeable and accessible customer support.
As a comprehensive business solutions provider, Panasonic System Networks Company of America provides cost effective, reliable communications and productivity solutions to all manner of business entities. This new distribution channel is hoped to expand the reach of their BTS and other product lines as well as to allow greater access and choice to those consumers in markets that were previously excluded.
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