BayCom scoops NEC channel partner award
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NEC Australia has awarded New Zealand systems integrator BayCom the title of Export Channel Partner of the Year for Unified Communications.
It’s the second year in a row that BayCom has won the title, which recognises partner achievements in the marketplace and helps to build trust with customers.
NEC Australia launched its New Zealand partner programme in 2017. Speaking about the programme, BayCom managing director Steve Bower says it has been a great success.
He says his team was able “to take leverage from a range of solution experts throughout NEC Australia which in turn has contributed in a substantial increase in sales and value to our customers”.
Baycom says the award also emphasises ‘the credibility and proficiency of BayCom to the New Zealand market, leading the way in NEC unified communications (UC) integrations in the Australia-Pacific region’.
NEC Australia says the Export Channel Partner of the Year Award highlights the company’s commitment to its growing export market.
“NEC treasures its close relationships with our channel partners in the Australia and New Zealand region, especially as the nature of the sector changes almost every day,” comments NEC Australia director of infrastructure and communications, Sam Iacono.
He notes that overall, the awards demonstrate NEC’s commitment to the Australia/NZ region, as it is able to deliver UC through a comprehensive network of highly skilled partners.
“It is all about teamwork and each of our partners contributes to our collective success and we thank them for their commitment and hard work.”
“Our partner model in New Zealand ensures that NZ businesses have the best telephony support and services available by opening a direct link between resellers, NEC and our knowledge centres, including our solutions architects abroad.”
“BayCom sits proudly as an Advanced Reseller, offering a complete range of unified communications, IP Telephony, contact centres, mobility solutions, Video Conferencing and network services,” concludes Iacono.