Rebasoft Newsletter | 4th June 2024

Rebasoft Hires a New Sales Lead

As part of our continued growth, we are pleased to announce that Ash Hussain is joining the Rebasoft team as Sales Director.

Ash brings decades of experience in the partner IT security marketplace, having previously led teams in leading VARs, MSPs, and MSSPs.

Partners remain at the heart of Rebasoft’s sales strategy. Ash will enhance our partner engagement, partner-led marketing, and joint lead generation efforts.

Ash deeply understands the challenges and opportunities partners face within the IT market. With practical experience in building successful partner security practices that deliver year-on-year margin contributions and customer retention, Ash will help Rebasoft enable our partners to become more successful.

We are confident that Ash will contact you to speak with you, meet with you, and develop more joint opportunities.

If you wish to contact him in the meantime, he can be reached at or Mobile telephone: 07940 598305

We are launching a deal registrtaion scheme with a garunteed minimum margin of 25%

We are also introducing a new deal registration process that protects partners who generate opportunities and guarantees a good, retained margin on every deal.

All excepted Deal registrations will guarantee minimum margin of 25% for the partner who has deal registration.

All deal registrations will be responded by with 48 hours at lastest from submission.

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