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Kaspersky Lab extends its Sales Army and Support Army incentive programs

Kaspersky Lab has announced that two of its most popular schemes, Sales Army and Support Army, are extended due to demand to help give its bottom line a big thrust in Q3 2018. The exclusive incentive programs look at rewarding the standout sales and support staff members of Kaspersky Lab. Now the Sales Army program come with additional incentive slabs. Sales Army program is valid for fresh B2B orders placed between July 1 to September 30, 2018 while the Support Army scheme is for Kaspersky Lab certifications. The programs reward both, the sales representative as well as the pre-sales representatives. There are two new slabs added to the scheme to make the reward even better and achievable:

Slab (in Rs)

Sales Rep Incentive
(in Rs)

Pre-sales Rep Incentive (in Rs)

15,000- 24,900



25,000 – 49,000



50,000 – 99,000



100,000 – 199,000



200,000 – 299,000



300,000 – 399,000



400,000 – 499,000



500,000- 9,99,999



35,00,000- 50,00,000



The schemes are expected to boost the sale of Kaspersky Lab’s SMB Segment products. Anand Shringi, Channel Head (South Asia), Kaspersky Lab, said, “Kaspersky Lab prides itself on the committed, high performing and motivated workforce that it powers its growth on. We believe that progress should be symbiotic, which is why our team grows with us. Sales Army and Support Army have been among of our most popular reward programs, with our team finding immense motivation and financial gains from it, hence we have decided to re-introduce it to our partners with additional incentive slabs and an extended deadline. Their enthusiasm towards these incentives is why we thought of re-introducing them with better and much more achievable perks. We are confident this will further improve what we already expect to be a great financial quarter for Kaspersky Lab.”

Kaspersky hopes to top its last year’s bottom line this year, with the expected good performance of its new products. Sales Army and Support Army could be the catalysts that could help it get there.

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