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Hochiki Europe announces its latest Systems Partners Programme

Published on 16 January 2014
Added value incentives collateral will help Systems Partners maximise their revenue generating possibilities
The Systems Partners Programme helps companies adapt and rise to the challenges presented in this sector

Hochiki Europe, the leading manufacturer of innovative life safety solutions, recognises the crucial role its installation partners play in its mission to achieve unparalleled levels of customer service and satisfaction. To further its commitment to installer support and development, it has announced the launch of a Systems Partners Programme.

Hochiki Europe is continually adapting to the changes within the life safety industry and strives to open up new markets and business opportunities for installers of its products. The Systems Partners Programme aims to help forward thinking companies adapt and rise to the challenges presented in this rapidly evolving sector. It consists of a nationwide network of highly trained and experienced BAFE accredited life safety system integrators that are capable of responding to a diverse range of project requirements.

Added value incentives such as project support and on-site consultancy, technical assistance, continuing professional development (CPD) based training and seminars, dedicated account management and a vast array of marketing collateral will help Systems Partners maximise their revenue generating possibilities.

Already enjoying the benefits of the scheme is Middlesbrough based Tees Fire Systems, and Managing Director, Kevin Hynes explained, “Having successfully installed Hochiki Europe’s products over many years, the decision to join the Systems Partners Programme was an easy one to make. We’ve always found the service and support Hochiki offers to be first class, so I’m confident that this will be a great move for us going forward.” Tony Cooney, technical sales director, also added that he was looking forward to using the partnership as a tool to increase sales to the next level.

Another leading installation company that has welcomed to opportunity to work even more closely with Hochiki Europe is Cheshire based Fire Bright Solutions. Its director, Haydn Greeves, commented, “We demonstrate the highest levels of technical competency, professional working practices and ethical conduct, so that our clients can be convinced about our quality of service. To do this we need to be 100 per cent confident in the reliability of the products we install and that’s why we choose Hochiki Europe. I look forward to experiencing the additional benefits of being part of the Systems Partners Programme.”

Buckinghamshire based Tri Management has also joined the elite group of fire systems specialists to have united under the Hochiki programme.  Sales Director, Tony O'Connell said, “Attaining System Partner status with Hochiki was one of Tri Management’s key strategic objectives and we look forward to creating innovative solutions that will have a positive influence on the Life Safety Systems marketplace”

Tees Fire Systems, Fire Bright Solutions, Tri Management and other members of the scheme will also have exclusive access to Hochiki Europe’s extended range of HFP open protocol equipment including panels, sensors, bases, call points, modules and associated peripherals. This means they are free to specify and install the best components to meet precise requirements of any project.

Paul Adams, Hochiki Europe’s deputy marketing manager, concluded, “The Systems Partners Programme demonstrates a clear desire to support our valued installer partners and provide benefits to those who have shown a commitment to using our products. We intend to create strong, individual relationships with every Systems Partner and we are confident that the support and resources on offer are second to none. Just as importantly, end users can have total peace of mind that their installation will be carried out competitively and to the highest levels of quality and safety.”

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