ENMAT launches new Energy Management Partner Network

ENMAT have just launched some very exciting changes and benefits to its Worldwide Energy Management Partner Network. The ENMAT Partner Programme allows resellers to provide their customers with a full suite of Energy and Carbon Management Monitoring tools at affordable prices.

ENMAT have just launched some very exciting changes and benefits to its Worldwide Energy Management Partner Network.


The ENMAT Partner Programme allows resellers to provide their customers with a full suite of Energy and Carbon Management Monitoring tools at affordable prices.

A presentation of the offerings can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDXGTOEB0cc

One of the most notable new features is the Partner Discount option providing 25% discount on all hardware provided on the ENMAT Store as well as discounted prices off ENMAT Editions Subscription Software

Key benefits of the ENMAT Partner Programme include:

Partnership Profit Sharing – Provides significant cost reductions on list prices.
ENMAT shares profits made from the end customer with you, the partner. Up to 50% off retail purchase prices!
Custom branding (your logo) and custom domain name http://yourcompanyname.en-mat.com
ENMAT Partner Management Portal to manage all your customers collectively.
Your customers gain worldwide access to ENMAT allowing you to resell anywhere in the world.
Significant cost reductions on any purchased hardware such as Smart Meters or Data Loggers purchased from the ENMAT Store


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