NEC gets Cisco partner gong

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NEC gets Cisco partner gong

 

NEC has won the Cisco ANZ Acceleration Partner of the Year 2012 at the networking gear manufacturer’s annual Partner Insight Awards.

“As a channel-oriented business, Cisco is deeply committed to supporting our partners to build their business, and to recognise those that have demonstrated outstanding achievement,” says Sara Adams, managing director, Partner Business Group for Cisco Australia and New Zealand, in a statement.

Other companies to be recognised in the awards, which were selected by a group of ANZ Cisco partner executives, included Dimension Data, which won Data Centre Partner of the Year; Telstra, with Cloud Partner of the Year; and North Sydney IT, which got the Small Business Partner of the Year gong.

The full list appears below:

 

Data Centre Partner of the Year

Dimension Data

Collaboration Partner of the Year

Telstra

Borderless Technologies Partner of the Year

Data#3

Cloud Partner of the Year

Telstra

New Zealand Partner of the Year

gen-i

Innovation Partner of the Year

Datacom

Vertical Solution Innovation Partner of the Year

Secure Agility

Architectural Excellence

Fujitsu

Marketing Excellence

Logicalis

Small Business Partner of the Year

North Sydney IT

Distribution Innovation Partner of the Year

Westcon Group, Australia

Services Partner of the Year

Telstra

Smart Services Partner of the Year (APJC)

Data#3

Excellence in Post Deployment Support

Logicalis

ANZ Acceleration Partner of the Year 2012

NEC

Alliance Manager of the Year

Graham Robinson, Data#3

Sales Excellence

Anoop Dhankhar, EMC

Technical Excellence

Chris Ross, UXC Connect

Technical Execution

Adam Clark, Optus AlphaWest

 

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