DC and NetApp launch an extensive incentive program for partners

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Distribution Central and NetApp have launched a brand new incentive program for NetApp silver partners, rewarding and supporting partners in activating their NetApp business.

The program rewards participating partners for completing sales and technical certification, utilising online courses, running marketing campaigns, and meeting sales targets.

Individuals can also earn pre-paid Visa card dollars for completing NetApp training and for NetApp sales.

It’s simple to register and easy to earn points – partners just need to register online to get started. Points have been accruing since 1 January 2013 so you may already be eligible!

There are two parts to the Activate program:

* The partner organisation that earns the most points earns a place on the Activate Summit to be held in Sydney. The summit program includes: dinner at Tetsuya’s; helicopter transfer to the Hunter Valley with a wine tour; private Suite at the Bledisloe Cup; all expenses paid accommodation and flights.

* Individual sales and pre-sales representatives of participating partner organisations can earn Activate dollars redeemable for cash on a NetApp Activate Prepaid Visa card. There are hundreds of dollars to be earned!

Register online now and Activate your NetApp business.

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