MYSMEConnect.com launches in Malaysia
SMEs can now reap the benefits of online shopping when they shop for CISCO voice and data networking products. To meet the needs of customers distributed around the disparate locations throughout Malaysia, MYSMEConnect.com, a single stop retail website, enable users to Search, Compare and Purchase the latest selection of CISCO products from participating Resellers.
While product information is readily obtainable from the Manufacturer’s website, it was not possible to buy online. MYSMEConnect.com bridges this gap. At this new website, the information search is confined to the product range commonly used by Small businesses. Additional details contained in images and videos is available through a mouse-click. Customers have the option to choose from the competing offers by resellers servicing their delivery location. Accurate pricing include optional shipping and installation charges. To cap it all the estimated delivery lead time is displayed too. Everything needed to make that purchase decision is available at the buyer’s convenience. Besides traditional payment modes, credit and debit card deduction will be available soon through popular payment service provider PayPal.
Unlike many online retail websites, the customary quality service of the accredited resellers accompanies each order. MYSMEConnect.com channels a purchase order directly to the chosen reseller, who will contact the buyer to arrange for payment, delivery and installation. All buyers will be provided with the name and contact detail of the person servicing the account. For order management, help and assistance is just a phone call away. Quality assurance is guaranteed as every product is accompanied by the manufacturer’s warranty.
“ In the mobility industry, we rely on our communications network round-the-clock. When we needed to add hardware components quickly, MYSMEConnect.com provided us with the CISCO reseller contact nearest to our branch office. Within days of placing the order online, it was interconnected to our main office. “ said Mr Mr Liew Jor Wei, owner of NewsPage ( Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.
Added Ms Farah Darlina Mohd Bazain, Commercial Marketing Manager of CISCO Malaysia, “ We were striving for ways to reach our SME customers through our reseller partners. This website has made it possible with the added benefit of us getting timely feedback of what customers are buying nationwide. “
The participating resellers are:
Ipenet Solutions Sdn Bhd
Kawloon Networks System (M) Sdn. Bhd.
SNS Network (M) Sdn Bhd
Intechriti (M) Sdn Bhd
Computer Troubleshooters (M) Sdn Bhd
Microtree Sdn Bhd
Alphamatic Systems Sdn Bhd
Flexi Team Computer Services Sdn. Bhd
mySMEConnect.com is a website showcasing the latest CISCO products for Small Business customers. This eCommerce marketplace is designed to serve the needs of Small Business owners and system integrators by offering instant product information, price and installation cum delivery charges. This website is built and managed by Web Synergies (S) Pte Ltd.
Web Synergies (S) Pte Ltd
Prabhu Kumar Gade (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Blk 10 Ubi Crescent #05-05 (Lobby A) #02-43 (Lobby C) Ubi Techpark
Phone: +65.66035160 ; 1800 815738 (Malaysia, toll free) ;
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