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Hitachi Data Systems' top A/NZ partners for 2014 (+4 photos)

Hitachi Data Systems' top A/NZ partners for 2014 (+4 photos)

Data management company picks its highest performing resellers for the year.

From left: Phil Teague, industry and alliances solutions director, HDS; Neil Evans, vice president and managing director, HDS; and Mark Sakajiou, owner, Perfekt

From left: Phil Teague, industry and alliances solutions director, HDS; Neil Evans, vice president and managing director, HDS; and Mark Sakajiou, owner, Perfekt

During its A/NZ Partner Summit in Noosa, Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) named its top partners for 2014.

Western Australia-based R1i was selected as New Partner of the Year, while New Zealand’s Revera was Partner of the Year.

Perfekt from Western Australia was chosen as Solution Partner of the Year, and Queensland’s SureBridge IT was Regional Partner of the Year.

HDS A/NZ vice president and country manager, Neil Evans, said the awards acknowledged partners for their revenue growth and commitment to delivering the vendor’s solutions.

“As data management becomes increasingly complex, partnerships between vendors and resellers must be as effective as possible to deliver true value for the end user,” he said.

Patrick Budmar covers consumer and enterprise technology breaking news for IDG Communications. Follow Patrick on Twitter at @patrick_budmar.

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