Daisy Distribution to offer Tariffcom software to dealers


Airtime distributor to offer company’s Proposition software to its partners and help them create bespoke proposals 

Daisy Distribution has partnered with telecoms pricing consultancy Tariffcom to offer its Proposition software to its partner base.

In conjunction with the software, dealers will be able to use the airtime distributor’s live commission tables and create fully bespoke proposals using a combination of any network, tariff, value added service and hardware.

Salespeople will only be able to generate proposals that meet or exceed partner revenue thresholds due to minimum margin rules.

Proposition is fully integrated into Daisy’s existing bill analysis service, enabling reports to be uploaded so the customer can see a profile of their existing usage, as well as the proposal for their new mobile deployment.

Tariff and hardware lists stored within the software are frequently updates to coincide with market changes and reflect with Daisy’s latest offers and promotions for partners.

Profit margins are automatically calculated for deals with the software also considering preset margin limits to ensure each transaction meets revenue targets.

Daisy said that due to its scale, Proposition will be available to its resellers at a heavily discounted price.

The company trialled the software with selected partners over six months, with results showing annual savings of around £6,000 per subscribed salesperson due to the management controls and operational efficiencies related to timing.

Daisy Distribution marketing director Julien Parven (pictured) said: “By offering a solution such as Proposition, we are once again demonstrating our commitment to our partners, delivering value added services to help them control their costs, increase their margins and build ongoing successful businesses.

“The software also allows partners to personalise their proposals so that they can be fully-branded, which supports Daisy Distribution’s vision of building partner capabilities.”