2005 Dealer of the Year Awards

Thursday, 5 January 2006

Dealer of the Year 2005

Dealers.Mike and Gloria


2005 was a huge year for Mike Johnson and Gloria Wheeler and their team of Michael Johnson, Michele Martin, Peter Sarelius and Jonathan Clayton. 2005 saw Full Circle set a new record for sales in a calendar year and also saw them greatly expand on their scope of operations.

The Full Circle's philosophy is a simple one - to be a "one stop shop" for all their clients' technology requirements. Be it hardware, software, customisations or training requirements, Full Circle will supply it or source it. This philosophy has been very successful and has led to the development of close working relationships with many of their clients

First Runner Up



Sandra McCorkindale and her team of Kirsten Hayes and Christine Clemow used 2005 to capitalise on the changes in the finance industry and the introduction of the Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003. They are Runner Up by only a small margin, but take the honour for the highest ever monthly sales total and the largest single sale.

Sandra and her team have a vast array of experience in the finance industry and used this to good effect, especially with the new Act. Being able to combine that industry knowledge with in-depth product knowledge has meant that they are able to offer solutions to a wide range of finance industry situations.

Second Runner Up

Dealers.Helen Henderson


Last year saw Helen Henderson and her team of Phil Foreman, Andrew Watts, Jenny Timblick and Shirley Wallis very busy with their huge range of clients. Not only do their clients range in size and industry, but also geographic spread. From Invercargill north, Helen and her Team look after them.

Helen has had a lot of success this year with their own, in house developed, freight system that uses emPOWER as the back end. They have averaged one new site per month with this system and have them backed up for the new year as well. This, and a dedicated marketing and sales system meaning Helen is lining up 2006 to be even better than the last.