IoT monitoring tech vendor, CCP Technologies, has signed a distribution agreement with Dicker Data, in a bid to boost growth via the local channel.
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Direct sales leaders discovered decades ago that using technology to help automate and streamline business processes helps achieve sales quotas.
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In a channel overloading with consolidation and competition, Bluechip is differentiating through services.
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