In pictures: Microsoft's top Aussie partners

High-performing 24 get named at annual awards in Brisbane.

By on Sep 5, 2012
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Thomas Duryea took out desktop partner of the year.
Dimension Data won enterpise partner of the year as well as private cloud partner of the year.
Eclipse Computing took out Microsoft Dynamics ERP partner of the year.
DDLS was Microsoft's learning partner of the year.
Ensyst won online services partner of the year while coming runner up in three other categories.
Janison scored Windows Azure Platform ISV partner of the year.
Express Data took out the top nod for distributor partner of the year
eSavvy was named Dynamics CRM partner of the year.
Generation-e took out both the communications and health categories.
Comcity won small business specialist partner of the year.
Microsoft named HP its device partner of the year.
LAR partner of the year was given to Insight.
Windows Azure Platform SI partner of the year went to Kiandra IT.
OBT won SaaS hosting partner of the year.
Readify took out both the software app and ISV software development categories, and was runner-up in the Windows Azure Platform SI category.
Red Rock Consulting was awarded data platform partner of the year.
Wardy IT was recognised for its work in business intelligence.
BlueFire was named IaaS hosting partner of the year.
OBS scored the gong for public sector partner of the year.
Data#3 took out the award for business productivity partner of the year, as well as finalist positions in the desktop, education and private cloud categories.
The conference was held in Brisbane, with 900 Microsoft partners attending.

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