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Clearswift launch today in Auckland

20 Jul 2011
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Connector Systems and Clearswift are inviting New Zealand based resellers and system integrators their launch event to be held in Auckland today. As well as a customer event in Wellington tomorrow.

Connector Systems was only recently appointed a Clearswift distributor (read our story here).

Auckland event (for channel partners only)

This event is designed for channel partners to discover the benefits of becoming a Clearswift partner.

Wednesday 20th July 2011 starting 3:30pm

Hilton Hotel, Princes Wharf, 147 Quay Street, Auckland

Wellington event (for end customers only)

Thursday 21st July 2011 starting 2.30pm

Te Papa, 55 Cable St, Wellington

RSVP:

To register contact the team at Connector Systems on 0508 225 5275 or email here.

Speakers:

Alyn Hockey - Director of Product Management, Clearswift, offers a market analysis, company and product updates

Chris Barton - Regional Channel Manager, Clearswift, provides an overview of the Clearswift Catalyst Partner Programme.This program delivers high quality education, programs, tools and promotions to help build a collaborative business partnership.

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