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Spectrum, Unite and API Talent take top CA honours

29 Mar 17

Spectrum, Unite and API Talent have taken top honours at CA Technologies’ CA ANZ Partner Awards – with Spectrum also picking up a global innovation award from the vendor.

The CA ANZ Partner Awards were presented at the culmination of the vendor’s seventh annual CA Partner Exchange (CAPE) day, which saw more than 50 partners converge on Wellington recently.

The event provided double glory for Spectrum, which not only took out the ANZ award for top Innovation Partner, but was also presented with a global award for innovation in a move a CA spokesperson says shows New Zealand partners are being recognised within CA for how they are accelerating the application economy.

Also honoured at the event were Unite, which won Strategic Deal of the year, and API Talent which took out the New Partnership award.

The awards recognise ‘standout’ partners for their support of CA Technologies, the vendor says.

Last October Auckland-based Spectrum New Zealand signed a new reseller agreement with CA which saw it become the first Kiwi company to offer CA Test Data Manager as a software-as-a-service offering.

Those attending CAPE heard about the latest trends and had the opportunity to explore ways CA Technologies can help partners protect and grow their busiensses.

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