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Datrontech UK yesterday launched a venture called The Hub, aimed at keeping its core market of SME system builders. Outlining the distributor's plans for the next 12-18 months, Datrontech MD James Morgan said the company wanted to get 1000 of its 4000 UK resellers signed up for the programme. It will offer bigger credit limits, outsourcing and the chance to get into the latest government accreditation scheme. Datrontech aims to get its 1000 resellers in The Hub accredited. Individual reseller credit limit will go up by 50 per cent per month as long as the amount outstanding is paid in full by the end of every month. This will have a limit of £75,000. Datrontech's outsourcing portfolio included network installation and end-user technical support. Other services on offer include Web-based training and sales tools. Although the Basingstoke outfit aims to hang onto all its resellers, Morgan said: "The majority of our energy and resource will go into this programme." SME system builders bring in £80 million revenue a year for Datrontech -– around 70 per cent of its business. ®

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