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BTG goes for gold with Citrix

21 Sep 12

BTG has been upgraded to Gold Solution Advisor by Citrix, celebrating their help and support to the company stretching 11 years.

The software vendor says the gold level certification offers the highest level of expertise, support, and commitment to one or more of Citrix technologies core to the BTG business.

“Citrix was one of the key technology pillars that BTG was founded on” says Steve Harris, BTG’s technical director.

“A significant section of our clients have always had some form of Citrix related technology”.

BTG has a well established Citrix practice, working closely with the company on sales, implementation and consulting engagements covering 11 years of deployments across all sectors of the ANZ market.

“Engineers in the team have been working on Citrix technologies since the 90’s, and BTG looks forward to continuing the relationship in the future," Harris says.

After being a successful Silver partner, BTG's upgrading to Gold has been well deserved according to Hamish McNee, Citrix NZ Channel development manager.

“BTG serve as a trusted Citrix advisor in planning applications and desktop delivery strategies, and helping customers acquire, build and support application and desktop delivery solutions," he says.

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