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Opentext rewards kiwi partner with APAC award

16 Nov 11

Kiwi company Techtonics New Zealand have been recognised by Enterprise Content Management (ECM) vendors OpenText at the company’s annual Partner of the Year awards, scooping the Regional Partner of the Year award for Asia, Pacific and Japan.

Techtonics, which has offices in Wellington and Auckland, bested more than 220 partner companies in the region to claim the award, one of three given globally.

Greg Bickerton, CEO of Techtonics, attended the prizegiving at OpenText’s Content World conference in Orlando, Florida, along with business development manager, Erin Rush.

"[This award] is a significant affirmation that OpenText is confident its technology has world-class support and representation in the New Zealand market with Techtonics,” Bickerton says.



Image: Greg Bickerton, left, with Michael Lord, vice president strategic alliances APJ, OpenText.

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