Unitech introduces a new Trade-IN/Trade-UP campaign designed to ease the purchase of brand new Unitech Mobile Computer. It reduces on both your operational and capital expenses.
Not only will you earn up to 200 per new Mobile Computer when you trade-in your old qualifying terminal, which reduces heavily your capital expenditures, it also turns your operation quickly into more productive and efficient one. That translates into BIG savings!
Over the past 8 year Unitech customers have adopted thousands and thousands mobile computers from the PA962-series. Now they can benefit from this Trade-IN Trade-UP program and improve their operations.
The campaign is designed to increase sales revenues for our channel partners, whilst maintaining partner margins; non-Unitech partners can also sign up to the campaign by filling in their details on the website. End users can receive up to 200 cash back for each device they trade in from the PA962-series of products. With Unitech handling all the administration and managing the disposal of the trade in devices for the channel partners, all they have to do is make sure their customers are aware of this campaign. To help with this the company has produced a range of flexible online marketing materials that are available to its channel partners to encourage the channel to push out the promotion.
To participate in the campaign, end users simply register their trade in devices in a dedicated area on the Unitech web site. After providing the requested details, a trade in code will be issued for returning the units directly to Unitech Europe. Once the trade in device has been received by Unitech, the company will make a cash-back payment of up to 200 to it's channel partner, so this keeps the channel partner fully aware of all Trade-IN activities.
This channel only campaign from Unitech is the latest in a range of marketing activities designed to increase end users pull and to support Unitech's partners.
The Cash Back Trade-IN campaign is running till end of Q1 2010, and is being supported by a pan-European advertising and e-marketing campaign.
For details on products accepted for trade in, visit: