This comes after the conglomerate Polycab’s telecom business unit launched the whole range of end-to-end passive networking for organizations, both public and private, in India, earlier this year in March.
“The re-activation of the Partner Programme is being done to drive the penetration of the new products, enhance delivery excellence and increase client value,” Polycab Telecom said in a press statement.
“Polycab Telecom is constantly exploring to outline ways and discover insights to realize this digital shift, with its offerings of the whole range of end-to-end passive networking solutions”, said Ashish D. Jain, Executive President & Chief Operative Officer, Polycab Telecom.
In the wake of work from home and impending 5G rollout, the company said it expects growth for itself driven by the demands of faster, low-latency, and efficient networks.
“This is a new streamlined Partner Programme that brings in new resources, capabilities and assistances from Polycab, to bring more agility to our growing ecosystem of trusted partners,” added Bishwajit Sutradhar, the National Sales Head, Passive Networking Business, Polycab.
Aiming to provide its partners with access to a wider customer base, create more value for their customers and increase their market-share, the company has adopted 4-layered partner activation with Digital infrastructure Partners, Data Partners, Gold Partners, and Partners for SMEs.