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By | Joe Fay 24th January 2007 14:36

Azlan looks to squeeze out more Juniper business

Tonic for the troops

Azlan has pulled together a dedicated team to push Juniper kit as it looks to further boost sales of the pricey networking gear.

The companies first tied the knot about a year ago. Azlan said it was now looking to boost its sales in line with demand from resellers. Together with the dedicated Juniper sales team, Azlan is building up stocks of demo units for resellers, and promises “a series of marketing and promotional activities.”

Of course, Azlan is looking to get something out of this as well. As well as putting kit in resellers hands, it is looking to “demonstrate the tremendous range and combination of comprehensive services and added-value that Azlan can deliver.”

We're guessing not all of those products and services will have a Juniper badge®

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