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Jabra names top A/NZ partners (+13 photos)

Jabra names top A/NZ partners (+13 photos)

Partners recognised for service excellence and advancing unified communications across the region

Awards - Billy Colosimo, IComm - UC Partner of the Year (with Jabra's Mark Leigh, President APAC, Yves Dupris, SVP & David Piggott, MD A/NZ)

Awards - Billy Colosimo, IComm - UC Partner of the Year (with Jabra's Mark Leigh, President APAC, Yves Dupris, SVP & David Piggott, MD A/NZ)

Wireless solutions company, Jabra, has named its top partners across the A/NZ markets, following an awards ceremony it recently held at the company’s annual A/NZ partner conference in Phuket, Thailand.

The awards honour top performers within Jabra’s partner ecosystem that have excelled in creating lasting value for customers, as well as demonstrating the highest level of expertise in implementing Jabra solutions whilst delivering exceptional sales results.

SimplyHeadsets.com.au won the 2015 overall partner of the year and Jabra Asia-Pacific partner of the year awards as it tripled its business with the company following a number of significantly big wins last year.

The company added that it recognised the value-added services it provides to customers and its work in advancing the reach of Jabra’s solutions offering. This makes it Jabra’s biggest value-added reseller in Australia.

SimplyHeadsets.com.au managing director, Troy Bowen, said the company is delighted to be awarded Jabra’s A/NZ overall partner of the year.

“As the modern workplace continues to undergo rapid digital transformations, we are also increasingly seeing customers adopt newer ways of working and demanding the right solutions to support it.

“This awards are not only a great recognition, but also testament to the work and dedication our team has put into ensuring the delivery of top-notch services to our customers,” he added.

In addition, Ingram Micro Australia nabbed the 2015 distributor of the year award, IComm Australia was named 2015 UC partner of the year, and Cackle Telecommunications won the 2015 NZ partner of the year award.

Jabra managing director, David Piggott, said rapid technological advancements are disrupting the traditional rules of business and transforming the concept of work, creating a knock-on effect on customer needs.

As such, he addressed that its partners are a critical extension of the team, as they work closely with customers to drive value, create new revenue streams, and eventually steer their businesses to even greater heights.

“Together with our most trusted partners, we’ve had another successful year of achieving substantial growth in the A/NZ region. Recognising these successes over the last 12 months is important as it highlights the value we place on our channel relationships.

“We are thrilled to see our partners winning awards that reflect the mutual support and commitment exchanged between partner and vendor,” Piggott added.


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