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Imperva Partner Awards: And the winners are…

31 Mar 14

Security specialist Imperva has announced its Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) Partner Award winners based on their performance in 2013, with Dimension Data claiming the System Integrator of the Year Award.

The awards ceremony was the highlight of the company’s 5th annual Asia Pacific and Japan partner conference held over two days in Macau.

Close to 225 partners from countries including Australia and New Zealand attended to learn about Imperva’s upcoming plans in the region.

The winners were recognised for their success in building Imperva’s regional footprint across key industries, namely financial services, manufacturing, telecommunications, e-commerce, government, and corporate enterprises.

“We believe these winners represent the industry’s leading distributors, valued-added resellers, managed service providers, and technology companies,” says Stree Naidu, Vice President, APJ, Imperva.

“With these awards, we are acknowledging the innovative sales strategies and customer service efforts of individual executives.

“Our partner network is our route to market for the delivery and support of Imperva’s world-class data centre security solutions. Our deepest congratulations to this year’s winners on their well-deserved awards.”

Stanley Foo, CEO of M.Tech Group, said in accepting the Award for Distributor of the Year: “We aim to build our partnerships on respect and mutual understanding and we have true strength in our relationship with Imperva.

“This translates to high levels of end customer satisfaction with our product and service solutions. We are just thrilled to be Distributor of the Year.”

The top 2013 winners are:

• Distributor of the Year Award – M.Tech

• System Integrator of the Year Award – Dimension Data

• Imperva Excellence Award – Digital Networks Australia

• Product Manager of the Year – Matthew Hales, Channel Sales Manager at Digital Networks Australia

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