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​Spark Digital wins big at regional Trend Micro partner awards

​Spark Digital wins big at regional Trend Micro partner awards

“Spark Digital has earned this award through hard work, focus and a commitment to excellence."

Trend Micro has awarded Kiwi telco Spark Digital with the Partner of the Year Award for Asia-Pacific, announced in front of 300 worldwide channel partners at Trend Micro’s 2015 Global Partner Summit in Palos Verdes, California last night.

The Trend Micro Partner Program is designed to further enhance the productivity and profitability of its more than 35,000 channel partners worldwide by enabling them to more quickly and fully capitalise on the growing market for Trend Micro security solutions.

The annual invitation-only summit is designed to equip top partners with the knowledge they need to further capitalise on the growing demand for Trend Micro solutions.

“Spark Digital has earned this award through hard work, focus and a commitment to excellence,” says Dhanya Thakkar, Managing Director of Asia Pacific, Trend Micro.

“In addition to showing excellence selling our complete product portfolio, growing its business across all segments and transitioning customers to new subscription licensing, Spark Digital has demonstrated growing proficiency helping customers address data centre security and targeted attack threats.”

David Crown, Spark Digital’s Head of Customer Sourcing Solutions says the company has enjoyed a strong partnership with Trend Micro over a number of years, creating solutions that keeps customers’ information capability safe, secure and highly available.

“Protecting information assets is key to our customer’s sustainability in a fast moving and always-on business world,” he adds.

“Spark Digital’s suite of management and security solutions provide our customers with the peace of mind that their business operations will not be compromised.”

Lucy Swanston of Spark Digital accepts the award
Lucy Swanston of Spark Digital accepts the award

Alongside Spark Digital, executives from Trend Micro’s most successful worldwide channel partners, including cloud service providers, systems integrators, distributors and resellers from 45 countries around the globe, attended the event to celebrate their successes over the past year.

“To ensure our customers stay ahead of next-generation threats, it is imperative they are equipped with the latest security solutions that fully protect sensitive information from intruders,” adds Partha Panda, vice president of global channels and alliances, Trend Micro.

“Working together with our partners, we are able to provide the best options for each customer’s unique security needs, and we would not be able to reach the numerous enterprises we do without their hard work and continued pursuit of success.

“The winners in each category exemplify what it means to be ‘a Trend Micro partner’ and we are proud to honour each one this year at the summit.”

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