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By | Team Register 17th March 2005 12:25

Enta runs MS Small Business Server promo

Building confidence

Enta has launched a three-month campaign to teach dealers how to work-up sales opportunities with Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 (SBS) and Intel.

The Telford-based IT distie, says the idea is to build confidence in both Enta and Windows SBS. It is running a series of adverts, electronic marketing and a limited time promo in which every reseller who purchases SBS with any Intel processor is entered into a prize draw to win one of three LCD televisions.

Now for a quote from Jon Atherton, an Enta veep: "Support for NT4 has now effectively ended but there are still thousands of small business customers that have not made the move across to Windows XP and this remains a very good opportunity for resellers. By taking SBS to the market, they can win new customers, add genuine value and build their Microsoft business."

Which is nice. ®

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