Voting open for Context's ChannelWatch EMEA survey

Context research to help vendors and distributors understand MENA market needs in 2013

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Voting open for Context's ChannelWatch EMEA survey Dr Kadir says the survey will help distributors to find out what their channel partner think about the market. (ITP Images)
By  Manda Banda Published  December 10, 2012

Context, a Europe-based IT channel research company that specialises in tracking technology sales and pricing across the globe, is running a survey called ChannelWatch EMEA, which aims to gather reseller and retailer feedback on a range of key issues that will help vendors and distributors to understand the market and channel partner needs in the next 12 months.

Context says the survey is open to all distributors, resellers and retailers in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region and the results will be presented exclusively at DISTREE EMEA in Monaco in February 2013.

Dr Gaith Kadir, country manager, Context said the company is conducting this survey for EMEA distributors to find out what IT resellers and retailers think about the  market and business in the next 12 months. "We would like to reach as many distributors and their channels (resellers and retailers) as possible, to show the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region's needs, excellence and how to improve the regional market through distribution," he said.

Kadir said the survey also offers distributors and their channel partner partners across MENA the opportunity to vote in the Context Channel Awards. "Through this research, channel partners will be able to tell us about what they think about the market," he said.

Details on how to participate in this research can be accessed by going to the survey site http://www.contextworld.com/web/survey/channelwatch-emea-questionnaire.

Context reports and services enable customers to assess their business operations in the light of actual sell-out figures, and make business-critical decisions based on hard data.

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