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HPE NZ Partner Awards: Behind the masks

13 Dec 2016

It was masks to the fore as New Zealand's channel celebrated the Hewlett Packard Enterprise NZ partner awards last week at the Langham Hotel in Auckland.

The awards saw Exeed claim Distributor of the Year, with Datacom Auckland taking out Platinum Partner of the Year, Softsource winning Gold Partner of the Year and OriginIT named Silver Partner of the Year.

Regional Partner of the Year went to Spark Bay of Plenty, with Manux Solutions taking out the award for HPE Growth Partner of the Year and Revera winning Service Provider of the Year.

Fujitsu won Aruba Growth Partner of the Year.

The awards also saw the announcement of the winners of HPE New Zealand's annual incentive.

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