OneNet has taken out the New Zealand Cloud and Service Provider of the Year award at this year’s Veeam ProPartner Conference, following a stellar year for the local cloud provider.
Held at Sydney’s Taraonga Zoo, the award demonstrates OneNet’s “outstanding capability and success” in returning strong revenue growth year on year, as well as its ability to demonstrate a deep understanding of products and solutions in the local market.
“The awards are a tribute to our top-tier and mid-tier partners for their commitment in consistently over-achieving on their revenue targets,” says Peter Bender, Head of channel and alliances, Veeam Australia and New Zealand.
“Veeam has more than 37,000 ProPartners globally with more than 2,000 in the Australia and New Zealand region. We are incredibly proud to highlight and honour these ProPartners.”
The Veeam ProPartner Award winners are selected as measured by an evaluation index covering items such as earnings growth, market share and innovative solutions.
“OneNet’s relationship with Veeam couldn’t be stronger,” adds Roman Paljk, General Manager, OneNet.
“We’ve invested heavily in training our team on the suite of products and tools available from Veeam and, in turn, our clients have benefited tremendously by being able to reap the benefits of moving from a traditional backup strategy to an availability strategy that a modern business demands.
“With the launch of Veeam 9 and Disaster Recovery as a Service capabilities, OneNet are now able to offer a turnkey DR solution to those clients with on-premise infrastructure.
“It’s great to have our commitment recognised and we look forward to working with Veeam even more closely in the coming years.”
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