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Spark NZ takes home award from one of its newest partners

04 Oct 16

The 2016 Interactive Intelligence Partner Awards recognise channel partners that meet or exceed revenue targets in specific areas of the sales cycle. This year, Spark New Zealand has taken home the organisations APAC partner of the year award.
Millions of New Zealanders and thousands of New Zealand businesses benefit from the digital services that Spark provides.

The company also provides sales, service and support across New Zealand for a range of Interactive Intelligence communications solutions. This includes providing Interactive Intelligence’s contact centre, unified communications and business process automation functionality to organisations of all sizes.
Richard Adams, general manager of Solutions for Spark Digital says it’s great to be recognised by one of the company’s newest partners whose unique contact centre solutions make up an important part of the package of services Spark offers its customers.

“We’re excited to be broadening the business we do together to include cloud delivered contact centre services from later this year,” he says.

For partners in Australia and New Zealand, Interactive Intelligence is there to support with dedicated channel management, pre-sales, marketing, professional services and post-sales customer support.

Brendan Maree, senior vice president of Interactive Intelligence for ANZ and Japan, says the award is testament to Spark New Zealand’s success in servicing the requirements of corporate and public sector demand.

“At the same time, it gives us great pleasure to recognise and reward the commitment and support of all our partners who played a major role in the company’s sales growth and performance across the region.

The award was announced at the organisations annual Interactions APAC conference staged on the Gold Coast last week. 

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