The world’s second largest PC manufacturer (by market share), Lenovo has introduced its Partner Network Programme in Nigeria to facilitate knowledge sharing.
The programme, which is comprised of three membership levels – Member, Premium and Gold Partner – is designed to educate partners and potential members on the benefits of working with Lenovo. It also rewards loyal customers through an updated membership status (Premium or Gold) whereby they are entitled to additional resource and benefits.
The programme aims to help existing and new partners in Nigeria with in-depth knowledge and tools to enhance their relationship with Lenovo, including access to a free online resource and a loyalty reward scheme.
In a recent meeting with representatives from government and private organisations, as well as business partners in the country, the China-based PC company further reinforced its commitment to Nigeria as “one of Lenovo Africa key growth markets”, according to Oliver Ebel, the Executive Director and General Manager of Lenovo Middle East and Africa (MEA).
“Our mission [is] to become the leader in PC+, by addressing the increasing demand to stay connected on different devices,” said Ebel. Lenovo’s General Manager for Africa, Graham Braum added: “Our channel partners are fundamental to the success of our business as we strive towards becoming the number one PC manufacturer globally”.
The company, which is dedicated to building exceptionally engineered personal computers (PC) and mobile internet devices serves customers in more than 160 countries.