Mainline offers reports for its dealers

Written by: Paul Withers
Mainline offers reports for its dealers

Orange distributor enables dealers to download reports via its online portal to oversee business performance

Mainline Digital Communications is offering its dealers downloadable reports via its online account management tool iManage to help manage their performance.

Dealers can now download a set of reports that are designed to complement existing business reporting. Mainline said this enables them to manage, analyse, measure and compare their business performance. Reports include revenue share, advance payments and repayments, connection figures and datashare.

iManage is the online portal designed and developed by Mainline exclusively for its dealers. It provides them with information about their customers, connections and commissions.

Mainline director of dealer sales Gail Hollinshead said: “It is important for our dealers when managing their customers, that they have all the information they need. By offering our dealers this convenient reporting service we enable them to save time, cut costs and focus their attention on their customers.

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