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Fronde claims top NetSuite award

26 May 15

Fronde has been named NetSuite’s APAC Solution Provider Partner of the Year, continuing a winning streak for the company.

In announcing the award, NetSuite dubbed Fronde ‘one of the most influential partners in the region’.

Fronde has more than eight years’ experience and more than 40 people dedicated to providing NetSuite-based solutions across Australia and New Zealand. Last year the company achieved NetSuite five-star partnership status.

NetSuite says Fronde ‘is leading the way in cloud computing adoption with NetSuite through its business-based approach to technology’.

Earlier this year Mark Troselj, NetSuite managing director and vice president of sales for Asia Pacific and Japan, told ChannelLife that Fronde was one of the fastest growing partners for NetSuite, and a top performer in APJ.

Fronde claimed the award at NetSuite’s recent SuiteWorld 2015 conference in San Jose.

Fronde’s NetSuite client base includes SkinCare Store and the Australian Institute of Management.

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