Quarterly program for India channel partners will incentivize sales of small and micro uninterruptible power supply (up to 20 kVA)
Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson has announced the ‘Rain Gain’ program for the July-Sept 2016 quarter. This channel incentive program is designed to reward Value Added Resellers (VAR) and channel partners through PAYBACK points for sales of Emerson’s small and micro uninterruptible power supply (UPS) products (up to 20 kVA). The Rain Gain program is valid for a time period of three months from July 01, 2016 to September 31, 2016.
Emerson Network Power has formulated this program, keeping in mind the interests and benefits of partners as they are an integral part of the India growth strategy. Through PAYBACK (India’s largest multi-brand loyalty program), Emerson is now offering its VARs (Value Added Resellers) the opportunity to select their rewards from over 50 PAYBACK partner brands. To ensure that partners across all ranges can avail and have an equal opportunity the program, payout options ranging from 1.5%, 2% with 3% have been set up for the program. The higher partners can bill during the period of the program, the bigger their payout.
Commenting on the program, Gopakumar Ambujakshan, director, product management (small and micro UPS), Emerson Network Power in India said, “We wanted to bring in this quarter, by motivating our partners and incentivizing them for their trust in our industry leading solutions. Even though India is one of the fastest growing economies globally, the country’s manufacturing capability has been beset by lack of consistent power supply. With our ‘Rain Gain’ program, we stand united with our honorable government’s commitment towards providing 24×7 energy to all citizens and businesses in India. Moreover, we will also be able to support the government’s Make in India program and also reward partners as they increase sales of our range of small and micro UPS solutions”.
Partners can avail the benefits of this program from Emerson’s national distributor – Ingram Micro.