AirData named Wavelink Partner of the Year

Mar 20, 2009 3:10 PM
Filed under Mobility

Wavelink has named mobility systems integrator AirData its 2008 Partner of the Year in the Asia Pacific region.

The award was based on total revenues associated with Wavelink products in 2008.

"As a winning partner, AirData has taken advantage of Wavelink's partner programs to establish expertise with our products and services," said Lamar Van Wagenen, president of Wavelink.

"AirData work closely with Wavelink in their sales and support efforts, and leverage Wavelink's partner program for training, ensuring they have the necessary expertise to deploy the right solution for each customer's needs."

According to Wavelink, the vendor's partner program is designed to provide business growth opportunities for Value Added Resellers and other channel partners.

Steve Evans, chief executive officer, AirData, said the award demonstrates the success of the products Wavelink delivers to its clients.

"Organisations are facing increasing complexity and overheads when managing large fleets of mobile devices and supporting infrastructure," said Evans.

"We provide our clients with products and services that reduce this complexity, provide a rapid, proven return on investment, reduce overhead costs and embed mobile technologies into holistic IT business strategies."

 
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