Dicker Data, Matrix CNI score Aruba APAC partner awards

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Dicker Data, Matrix CNI score Aruba APAC partner awards

HPE subsidiary Aruba has honoured two of its Australian partners as best in the region by awarding them APAC partner awards.

Announced at the Atmosphere 2019 APAC Conference in Sydney at the ICC in Darling Harbour, Dicker Data was named Top Distributor for both Australia and New Zealand while Sydney-based Matrix CNI took home the Top Reseller award for Australia.

Dicker Data business manager for networks Tony Tran said it was an honour to be named top distributor for the fourth consecutive year.

This accolade is a reflection of the continued passion, dedication and hard work of our team over the last 9 years,” Tran said.

“As Aruba continues to innovate, we look forward to working closely with them, leveraging their portfolio of products to help partners transform businesses for the future.”

Aruba said the award winners were chosen for their financial performance and ability to “drive meaningful business results” for their customers who have adopted a complete suite of Aruba solutions.

The Matrix CNI crew picking up its award.

“We are thrilled to host the Atmosphere APAC event in Australia this year, and to welcome our partners from all over the region,” Aruba South Pacific channel manager Deke Rayner-Harvey said.

“As a predominantly channel-first organisation, we are honoured to celebrate the success of our partners and resellers, who are truly the backbone of our business.”

The Atmosphere conference brought together channel partners across APAC, with partner award winners from each country. The event runs from 24 to 26 September 2019.

The full list of winners is below:

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