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IBM sole local winner at Cisco ANZ awards

IBM sole local winner at Cisco ANZ awards

IBM NZ was the only local company to go home with a trophy at the Cisco ANZ Business Partner Conference awards. The vendor was awarded New Zealand solutions excellence partner of the year at a ceremony in Sydney this week.

The objective of the awards is to recognise exemplary business partners. Nominations include innovative practices, architecture-led approach successes, business differentiation and sales approaches.

The other winners were:

Solutions excellence partner of the year for Australia: Frame Group

Enterprise partner of the year: Alphawest

Distributor of the year: Express Data Australia

Service provider partner of the year: Alphawest

Innovative partner of the year: Telstra Corporation

Services partner of the year: iVision

Data centre partner of the year: Dimension Data Australia

Unified communications partner of the year: Alphawest

Commercial partner of the year: Kytec Solutions

Learning partner of the year: Housley Communications

SMB partner of the year: Subnet.


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