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23 Not Out - Dimension Data dominates Cisco Partner awards

23 Not Out - Dimension Data dominates Cisco Partner awards

“It is a great privilege to recognise Dimension Data for blazing new trails."

Dimension Data has received three Global Partner of the Year Awards for the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia (EMEAR), and Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) awards at Cisco’s Global Awards reception during its annual partner conference which took place last week in Montreal, Canada.

In addition, the Group was honoured with four geographic region awards, a Marketing Velocity award for digital and social marketer of the year, and a further 15 theatre awards.

“It is a great privilege to recognise Dimension Data for blazing new trails, making amazing things happen for our customers across the globe, and delivering business outcomes and true value,” says Bruce Klein, senior vice president, Worldwide Partner Organisation, Cisco.

Awarded to exemplary channel partners, the Cisco Partner Summit Global awards are designed to recognise best-in-class business practices and serve as a model to the industry.

Areas of consideration include innovative practices, architecture-led approach successes, strategic business outcome-focused programs, seizing new opportunities and sales approaches.

“Achieving Global Partner of the Year status in all three Cisco geographic regions is a fantastic milestone for the Group, and demonstrates our ability to successfully team with the world's technology industry leaders to accelerate our client’s ambitions,” says Brett Dawson, Group CEO, Dimension Data.

“We’re also extremely proud to have garnered a further 19 other geographic and theatre awards.

“Our partnership with Cisco – now in its 24th year – plays a key role in ensuring Dimension Data consistently delivers world-class solutions and services to our clients through our comprehensive services portfolio.”

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