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Symantec names NZ partner winners

10 Aug 10

At a dinner last night in central Auckland, Symantec announced its New Zealand partner winners.

The awards recognise local channel partners that “demonstrate innovative delivery of services and solutions to customers and acknowledge their hard work and commitment to selling Symantec’s portfolio”.

The New Zealand Partner winners were:


  • Pacific Distributor of the Year: Datastor

  • New Zealand Enterprise Value Partner of the Year: Gen-i

  • New Zealand SMB Value Partner of the Year: Maclean Computing


“Datastor, Maclean Computing and Gen-i’s dedication and commitment to the Symantec’s security, storage and systems management portfolio helped solidify their category wins this year,” said Craig Scroggie, VP and Managing Director, Symantec, Pacific Region. “We congratulate this year’s winners and look forward to continuing to support all of our partners throughout 2010.”

Touching on the recently announced Symantec Specialisation Programme, Scroggie added, “New Zealand has a diverse and vibrant market, including a strong SME segment, that Symantec depends on partners to reach.  Symantec remains dedicated to helping partners achieve profitable growth through our education and specialisation programmes.”

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