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Atlas Gentech claims LG-Ericsson partner award

09 Dec 11

Auckland-based Atlas Gentech has picked up a significant partner of the year award at LG-Ericsson’s Global Partners Conference in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.

The company was named APAC Partner of the Year, based on its overall performance in revenue, technical and marketing investments, and its dedication to selling LG-Ericsson's telephone systems and software products to enterprise customers.

Dan Vedder, Atlas Gentech’s LG-Ericcson national manager, says being singled out for recognition in the APAC region is a reflection of the efforts of Atlas Gentech’s staff and channel partners.

"I’d like to thank all of our channel partners for their contribution this year,” Vedder says, "in what has been at times a very challenging market.”

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