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Arrow, Dicker Data, Exeed recognised at HPE Partner of the Year awards

20 Jun 2018

HPE has announced the winners of the 2018 HPE Partner of the Year Awards, celebrating those partners that have excelled in developing their partnerships with HPE and growing mutual business opportunities with its joint customers.

Recipients were recognised this week at HPE’s annual Global Partner Summit taking place June 18 – 20, 2018, at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.

HPE is committed to innovating new, collaborative solutions that enable mutual growth together with its partners.

The 2018 HPE Partner of the Year Awards recognises partners across HPE’s entire ecosystem for outstanding performance and accomplishments that raise the standard for business excellence and customer satisfaction.

Winners were chosen for their excellent financial performance, innovative solutions and for driving meaningful business results for customers.

HPE is excited to continue working with its partners to deliver business outcomes that enable its joint customers to transform and accelerate their businesses. 

Global Winners

Global Distributor of the Year: Arrow

Global Solution Provider of the Year: ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation

Global Service Provider of the Year:  Rackspace

Global Financial Services Partner of the Year: CompuSoluciones

Global Technology Alliance Partner of the Year: Microsoft Corporation

Global System Integrator Alliance Partner of the Year: Accenture

Asia Pacific Winners

Asia Pacific Distributor of the Year 2018: Korea Information Engineering Services

Asia Pacific Solution Provider of the Year 2018: Kinmax Technology Inc.

Asia Pacific Service Provider of the Year 2018: Internet Thailand Public Company Limited

Asia Pacific Top Coverage Growth Distributor of the Year 2018: Dicker Data Ltd

Asia Pacific Top Growth Partner of the Year 2018: AimToG Co., Ltd.

Asia Pacific Financial Services Partner of the Year 2018: Exeed

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