Plant Communications hosted more than 100 delegates at the recent Dealer conference. This year’s conference was held at the five-star Sofitel Hotel on the Gold Coast with formal and social events held over two days (26th – 27th May 2015).
Delegates were presented with the Plant Communications PBX product roadmap, and a new range of products including Samsung Wireless LAN, and Samsung Techwin CCTV solutions as well as a comprehensive array of support programs including training and marketing support. Special guests from Samsung Electronics Korea and global application partners from Cytrack contributed to the sessions.
The highlight of the conference was the launch of Samsung’s Wireless Enterprise proposition to its partners, which brings together the new Samsung Communication Manager unified communications platform (available in server and virtualised editions) with Samsung’s new Wireless LAN solutions (a comprehensive range of indoor and outdoor access points in 802.11n/ac technology options with Samsung KNOX security and Ethernet switches) with Samsung’s market leading mobile devices, wireless deskphones and clients. Samsung Wireless Enterprise provides businesses with a trusted, single brand offering for best-in-class enterprise voice, data and mobility solutions.
Mr Brett McInnes (CEO, Plant Communications) said, “The event was a great success with dealers providing overwhelming positive feedback about the direction that Samsung is moving towards and for the potential of the Samsung Wireless Enterprise market proposition. We promised a new beginning for business communications and we will work with our partners to deliver Samsung Wireless Enterprise to the market.”
Mr McInnes added, “We have some very excited dealers at the moment. We had some founding dealers who have been with us since 1996 saying it was our best conference program that they had seen. The general consensus is we have the right products, the right solutions and the right support programs right now to be successful with Samsung Wireless Enterprise.”
For more information please contact:
Lisa Roberts, Group Marketing Manager
Phone: 03 9872 2922
About Plant Communications
Samsung Electronics is the largest information technology company in the world, and is a global leader in the manufacture and supply of innovative consumer electronics, mobile telephony and IT products. In 2014, global turnover exceeding US$240 billion and more than 190,000 employees across 206 offices in 68 countries.
Through innovative technology, distinctive designs, and a dual focus on convenience and value, Samsung has remained at the forefront of the digital revolution. A premium brand image has also powered Samsung’s growth in the telecommunications category which contributes over 30% of its global revenues.
In 1989 Samsung entered the Australian telephone systems market as a supplier of Telstra’s Commander HX products before introducing its own brand in 1996 via Plant Communications. From that time, over 160,000 systems sold in Australia and Samsung has established a strong reputation for cost effective, feature rich and reliable systems and based on its success. Plant Communications continues to invest in the local market to secure its position as the leading communications solution provider for small and medium business, with strategic partners like the leading telecommunication partners around the Oceania region.
Samsung Unified Communications Solutions integrates the latest developments in voice and wireless technology with the intelligence and stability of traditional telecommunications technology. The Samsung Wireless Enterprise Solutions Range has a suitable solution for any size from small single site to large multi-site enterprises.
Today, Plant Communications provides best-in-class Wireless Enterprise, Unified Communications, and Mobility Solutions to businesses through its Accredited Partner Channel to leading private sector businesses and Government organisations around Australia, Fiji and Papua New Guinea. Plant Communications has internationally recognised ISO 9001-2008 certification for its Quality Management System.
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