Lenovo Group Ltd. is improving its sales incentive program to make it easier for partners to get rewarded for eligible sales.
The Chinese hardware manufacturer announced this week that it would be replacing its Lenovo SPIFF program for client products and services with the more conventionally named “sales incentive rebate program,” which will pay company’s partners for sales of eligible top selling client products and services with no claims or earning caps.
Phrased more simply: Under the program, partners stand to earn up to $60 per product or service.
“We want to ensure that each Lenovo partner has access to the same sales incentive program and that all eligible sales are being claimed and paid,” the company said in a July 19 release.
In related news, Lenovo released its latest TopSeller portfolio, which in addition to new entries such as the ThinkStation P320 tiny workstation and silver ThinkPad T470, features rebates worth up to $500 each for products including:
- ThinkPad P series, which features rebates worth up to $500;
- ThinkPad T series, which features rebates worth up to $250;
- ThinkPad Yoga 460, which features a $200 rebate;
- ThinkCentre tiny desktops, which feature rebates worth up to $150;
- ThinkStation P series, which feature rebates worth up to $120.