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HP honours leading Kiwi partners in 2018

HP honours leading Kiwi partners in 2018

Awards recognise and celebrate excellence, growth and engagement

HP has honoured its leading partners in New Zealand during 2018, following 12 months of growth through the local channel.

Unveiled during the fourth running of the ceremony in Auckland, the awards recognise and celebrate excellence, growth, consistency and engagement of standout Kiwi partners.

Specifically, the awards spanned 13 categories, including A3; Direct; Distributor; Education and Gold, in addition to Marketing; Personal Systems; Print and Silver awards.

This year also saw the introduction of two new awards in the form of Sustainability and Future Technologies.

HP New Zealand Partner Awards Winners:

Silver Partner of the Year: Cardy

Gold Partner of the Year: PB Technologies

A3 Partner of the Year: CSG Print Services

Education Partner of the Year: Cyclone

Marketing Partner of the Year: Acquire

Sustainability Partner of the Year: Close the Loop

Future Technologies Partner of the Year: Softsource

Direct Partner of the Year: The Laptop Company

Print Partner of the Year: BDL

Personal Systems: Computer Concepts

Distributor of the Year: Ingram Micro

Channel Sales Person of the Year: PC

Winner:
Vince Eggels (Laptop Company)
Highly Recommended: Darren Luke (Neos)

Channel Sales Person of the Year - Print

Winner:
Daryl Hancox (BDL)
Highly Recommended: Angela Roberts (Ingram Micro)


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