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Sempre wins big at EMC APJ Business Partner Awards

12 May 16

Sempre Technologies has taken top honours at EMC’s Asia Pacific and Japan Business Partner Awards, scooping up the award for New Solution Provider Partner of the Year.

Dimension Data was a big winner on the night, with Dimension Data (Asia Pacific) named the Asia Pacific and Japan Cloud Service Provider Growth Partner of the Year 2016 and Asia Pacific and Japan VNX Partner of the Year 2015, while Dimension Data Australia took out the Asia Pacific and Japan Converged Infrastructure Partner of the Year.

Auckland based Sempre and Dimension Data were among the Asia Pacific and Japan partners who claimed 17 out of the 66 global awards presented at the Global Partner Summit at EMC World in Las Vegas this month.

The awards recognise partners who exceed growth expectations and demonstrate a commitment to excellence through innovation and thought leadership, EMC says.

Asia Pacific and Japan partners claimed 17 out of the 66 global awards presented.

David Webster, EMC president for Asia Pacific and Japan, says the winners of this year’s Business Partner Program Awards have achieved ‘exceptional’ outcomes in Asia Pacific and Japan.

“With EMC Asia Pacific and Japan Business Partner Awards 2015, we wanted to recognise the success and achievements of our channel partners in improving customers’ businesses and modernising their data centres,” Webster says.

Earlier this year Sempre were also winners in EMC’s ANZ Business Partner Awards, where Sempre took out the Outstanding Achievement Award in conjunction with Ingram Micro New Zealand.

The full list of Asia Pacific and Japan Business Partner winners is:

Asia Pacific and Japan Alliance Growth Partner of the Year 2015: Atos 

Asia Pacific and Japan Alliance Partner of the Year 2015: HCL Technologies 

Asia Pacific and Japan Cloud Service Provider Growth Partner of the Year 2015: Dimension Data (Asia Pacific)

Asia Pacific and Japan Cloud Service Provider Partner of the Year 2015: Telstra 

Asia Pacific and Japan Converged Infrastructure Partner of the Year 2015: Dimension Data Australia 

Asia Pacific and Japan Data Protection Partner of the Year 2015 and Asia Pacific and Japan Solution Provider Partner of the Year 2015: NOX

Asia Pacific and Japan Deal of the Year 2015: Ingram Micro India 

Asia Pacific and Japan Distributor of the Year 2015: ECS Singapore 

Asia Pacific and Japan Isilon Partner of the Year 2015: NEC Japan 

Asia Pacific and Japan New Solution Provider Partner of the Year 2015: Sempre Technologies NZ

Asia Pacific and Japan Services Partner of the Year 2015: Data#3

Asia Pacific and Japan Value Added Distributor of the Year 2015: Digital China

Asia Pacific and Japan Virtustream Partner of the Year 2015: CTC

Asia Pacific and Japan VMAX Partner of the Year 2015: LG N-Sys Korea

Asia Pacific and Japan VNX Partner of the Year 2015: Dimension Data (Asia Pacific)

Asia Pacific and Japan XtremIO Partner of the Year 2015: Infront Systems

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