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Lexel wins big as Veeam reveals NZ ProPartner award winners

Lexel wins big as Veeam reveals NZ ProPartner award winners

"Given that we run on a 100 per cent channel model, without our ProPartners, Veeam would not be where it is today."

Veeam Software has announced the New Zealand winners from its ProPartners Conference Awards Ceremony, held on Thursday 19th March in Australia.

This year marks the inception of a regional conference, where Veeam brought together key partners from New Zealand and Australia to one location, demonstrating how to build a profitable and compelling offer to address customer needs for immediate, Always-On access to IT services.

The ProPartner Awards were presented to the year’s top performers as measured by an evaluation matrix covering items such as earnings growth, ability to demonstrate a core understanding of Veeam’s portfolio, innovative strategies to address the needs of the customers and of the services provided.

The New Zealand 2014 Award winners are:

New Zealand ProPartner of the Year 2014 – Lexel

New Zealand Cloud Provider Partner of the Year 2014 – CommArc

A/NZ Distributor of the Year 2014 – Ingram Micro

“Our partners are crucial to our business and we want to celebrate and reward the relationship we share," says Don Williams, VP A/NZ, Veeam.

"Given that we run on a 100 per cent channel model, without our ProPartners, Veeam would not be where it is today.

"This is why our ProPartners conference and Awards Ceremony is important to us as we celebrate their work and efforts. I want to congratulate our winners for their outstanding achievements."

For Williams, Veeam's vision for 2015 is clear; "having concluded an excellent FY14, we want to continue our double-digital sequential growth."

"We are confident 2015 will see us continue this trend as more companies look towards Availability for the Modern Data Centre and the solutions to enable the Always-On Business," he adds.

"Our partners will be with us on this exciting and rewarding journey."

The ProPartners Conference is designed to inform and update Veeam’s channel partners on their product innovations and growth plans for the year.

The conference empowers ProPartners with technology and go-to market strategies, and the Annual ProPartner Awards celebrates and recognises the contributions, innovations and success in their implementation of solutions to enable the Always-On Business.

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