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Dicker Data and Kinetics celebrate partner wins

13 Apr 16

Dicker Data is celebrating not only its win as Microsoft Distributor of the Year at the recent Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards, but the success of its partners as well.

Kinetics, for which Dicker Data is a supplier, distributor and co-marketing partner – was among a group of associated companies winning awards at the annual Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards earlier this month.

Kinetics took home Microsoft’s Learning Partner of the Year award fo rits unique model of on-premise, tailored computer coaching.

ComputerCare, which won SMB Partner of the Year, is a Kinectics partner in the Manawatu region, while Sable 37 – winner of Enterprise Resource Planning Partner of the Year – share an office with Kinetics in Christchurch.

Fusion5, meanwhile, is a customer of Kinetics IT support services. Fusion5 picked up the Customer Relationship Management Partner of the Year at the awards.

Andrew Hunt, Kinetics managing director, says “We are delighted to be part of the group of businesses that are recognised as leaders in their fields by Microsoft.”

Annan Song, Dicker Data marketing manager, says winning Microsoft New Zealand’s Distributor of the Year award ‘is a great way to finish a fantastic year for Dicker Data’.

“Our relentless focus on adding value to our partners and helping them provide better service to their end-customers is what drives us to keep lifting our game.”

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