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Datacom triple winner at EMC Awards

12 Mar 2015

Datacom has scooped three of the top awards at EMC’s 2014 ANZ Business Partner Program Awards.

Datacom New Zealand brought home the EMC Outstanding Achievement Award – Premier Partner New Zealand, and the Specialist Partner of the Year – Core Technologies award. Both awards were in the solution provider category.

Datacom’s final award of the night came with the EMC Exceptional Growth Award.

The awards, presented in Sydney, recognise the achievements of the highest performing EMC partners from the last financial year.

Alister Dias, EMC ANZ vice president and managing director, says the awards enable the vendor to acknowledge its channel partners for their hard work during the previous year.

“We have over 250 channel partners in Australia and New Zealand and each and every one plays a huge part in the success of EMC and its products and solutions. “We look forward to continuing to develop and grow these partnerships in 2015,” he adds.

For the first time, EMC held its partner sales conference ahead of the EMC Business Partner Program Awards dinner.

During the events, EMC APJ senior management provided almost 200 channel partner representatives with updates on EMC strategy and the achievements of 2014.

Ingram Micro won the EMC Distributor of the Year award.

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