Secureye Hosts a Series of Channel Partner Meets in T3 and T4 Cities to Provide Technical Training to Partners

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Secureye hosts a series of channel partner meet in Tier 3 and Tier 4 cities with the main motive to inculcate technical training amongst partners about their latest products, the technological enhancements in the same and ways in which the products should be presented to the end-users.

Secureye is one of the the most trusted Global security brand and has a wide range of products of security & surveillance products, a complete range of fiber and networking equipments and accessories which includes CCTV cameras, SFP modules, ratio couplers, PON modules, media converters, PLC Splitters and many more.

Manoj Gupta, MD & CEO, Fortune Marketing, “Recently, we conducted channel partner meets in several T3 and T4 cities – Tirunelveli & Nagercoil (Tamil Nadu); Panjim (Goa); Mujjafarpur (Bihar); and in Alwar (Rajasthan). The main objective of these partner meets is to detail the partners about our recently launched security products, which include cameras, biometric machines, etc, give the partners technical training, and guide them on how to target the right customers and present the products to the end-users. We are currently focusing specifically on conducting these meets in T3 and T4 cities, whereas our general focus on T1 and T2 cities will continue. Right now we have nearly 500 channel partners across India. In the coming times, we want to expand our channel network in T3 and T4 cities and conduct more events.”

The organization believes that the channel partners are the significant players in catering to the need of customers that are diverse. Highly qualified and trained professionals can bring the customers the latest technology solutions.

The exercise will continue in tier 3 & 4 cities. Secureye targets to expand the channel network in these cities from 500 partners to more. The step is seen as an effort to penetrate deeper into the diverse Indian market.

Manoj Gupta adds, “India is a big market, so there is a huge opportunity in the security & surveillance segment, but there are also intense competition and other challenges. For example, the government (GeM) has criteria for accepting products that are more favorable to big Make in India brands that already have the advantage of a big market share and thus could mass-produce at a lower cost. It is very difficult for the upcoming brands to get entry. To overcome this we want to increase our Made in India products. By the end of 2021, we want to add more security and fiber products to our portfolio and manufacture them right in India as much as possible.”

Secureye also has a wide range of customised services and features to offer like professional security and surveillance system solutions to reach and meet end users demands. Secureye also had multiple clients in many crucial sectors including education, automobile, hospital & healthcare, etc.

Secureye has passed ISO:9001 quality management system certification, BIS – Indian Standard Certification, and some international certifications such as ROHS, CE, FCC.

Secureye’s products are also exported to countries in Europe, America, and Southeast Asia (including Japan and Taiwan). Secureye has an established network for after-sales service centers & a support system for the distribution channel. Backed by qualified and experienced service teams, Secureye regularly conducts training sessions for its partners and after-sales service engineers.

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