Right on the heels of launching its 8 series motherboards at Computex 2013, Taiwan, GIGABYTE Technology, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, has commenced a major countrywide drive to train its reseller and system integrator (SI) partners, on these motherboards that support Intel 4th generation Core processors.
The 8 series training program series, which will be a vital ingredient of GIGABYTE’s channel meets in the next quarter, was kicked off at the reseller event held on June 12, 2013, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. The month of June will also witness similar sessions across other major Indian cities, such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bangalore. Thereafter in the July-August-September quarter, the training program will be conducted at over 15 Tier 2 cities across the country.
Commenting on the ongoing training program, Sunil Grewal, Sales Director – India, GIGABYTE Technology, said, “We believe timely knowledge-sharing is key to the success of our channel partners’ business, and also ours, where technology upgrades are faster. With this focus, we have designed a unique program to educate our partners, so that they become best equipped to satisfactorily direct, manage and support their customers, with regard to GIGABYTE’s 8 series motherboards.
These exclusive features include the new GIGABYTE UEFI DualBIOS with Dashboard Mode giving you complete access to all motherboard-related data including CPU, graphics and memory clocks, temperatures and voltages; Durable Black Solid Capacitors rated to perform at maximum efficiency even in extreme performance configurations; an updated GIGABYTE EasyTune application offering an easy-to-use interface that allows users to fine-tune their system settings, adjust system and memory clocks and voltages without the need to install additional software; among others.
Channel partners have welcomed GIGABYTE’s 8 series training initiative, especially because they foresee a huge market demand for these products. Stated Tejas Bhavsar of PC TechCare, an Ahmedabad-based GIGABYTE Value Partner, who attended the meet in that city, “We are expecting excellent demand for GIGABYTE 8 series offerings, mainly from the student community and the regular home user, because there are a number of features even in their mainstream models that earlier you could find only in high-end motherboards. The training program helped in developing our knowledge and skill-sets necessary to leverage this opportunity.”
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