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MaintenanceNet spells out guidelines for breaking into emerging markets

MaintenanceNet : 29 November, 2007  (New Product)
MaintenanceNet has introduced new guidelines and best-practice strategies for manufacturers in need of increasing service revenues in emerging technology markets in high-growth regions of South America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
The information is detailed in a new white paper entitled, ‘Breaking Into Emerging High-Tech Markets with Successful Service Contract Management Strategies’ which is now available free of charge on the MaintenanceNet web site.

'Fast-paced growth in emerging global markets has created a wealth of new service sales opportunities for today's technology manufacturers. Yet, to be successful with services, manufacturers must address the requirements of each country, while also overcoming the challenges of two-tiered distribution and the complexities of wide-ranging service options,' said Scott Herron, CEO for MaintenanceNet.

In the white paper, MaintenanceNet addresses all of these challenges, with recommendations for acquiring proven tools and powerful business intelligence that fuels technology manufacturers' efforts to grow their service annuity businesses on a global scale.

MaintenanceNet's software as a service (SaaS) solutions are designed to simplify service quoting and ordering - not only for manufacturers, but also for their channel partners and end customers, regardless of worldwide location.

The company's SaaS platform reduces the time and complexity of business processes by offering the supply and demand chain a single, unified system that eliminates the need for multiple touch points, systems and transactions.

The MaintenanceNet service and warranty contract management platform provides end customers and channel partners with a single point of entry to locate the correct service for a product, obtain a quote for that compatible service, and simply place the order, eliminating the need to access multiple systems.
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