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Channel parties at Arrow ECS Auckland end of year event

13 Dec 2016

Kiwi resellers turned out in force for Arrow ECS New Zealand's end of year partner event in Auckland.

The event caps off a momentous year for Arrow ECS, which acquired Distribution Central in March. Integration of the combined business was completed in October with the combined entity promising a more nimble business with an expanded channel enablement services portfolio.

More than 100 partners joined Arrow's New Zealand team and sponsoring vendors - including Blue Coat, Extreme Networks, F5 Networks, FireEye, Gigamon, NetApp, Palo Alto Networks and Pure Storage - to celebrate the year that was and toast to an even better 2017.

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