Secure Agility, Thomas Duryea nab Telstra 2018 partner awards ahead of Telstra Vantage

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Secure Agility, Thomas Duryea nab Telstra 2018 partner awards ahead of Telstra Vantage
The Secure Agility team

Telstra handed out awards to its best-performing partners earlier this week with its 2018 partner awards night, with Secure Agility taking home top honours and Thomas Duryea Logicalis and Jasco Consulting among the other winners. 

Revealed just before Telstra Vantage 2018, Sydney’s Secure Agility was named enterprise partner of the year in addition to claiming the Telstra data and IP domain award and Telstra's Cisco partner of the year.

“To the amazing team at SA, this is your award. You deserve many more accolades,” Secure Agility chief executive David Abouhaidar wrote on LinkedIn.

“To our trusted and valued partner in Telstra, you have played an integral part in the development and growth of this organisation and I would like to personally thank you for your support. Bring on [the 2019 financial year].”

Melbourne-based Thomas Duryea Logicalis meanwhile took home the 2018 Telstra cloud domain award.

“Exciting day for Thomas Duryea Logicalis at Telstra Vantage taking home the Telstra Cloud Domain Award and a finalist in the customer excellence as well as emerging parter award categories,” TDL general manager for transformation services Damian Zammit said on LinkedIn.

“Massive effort from team TDL to win the award and achieve the successful project outcomes for our customers.”

Wollongong-based Virtual IT Services meanwhile bagged emerging partner of the year, while enterprise mobility management provider Phonenomena won outstanding achievement in accreditation learning.

UC provider Ericom won both the UC domain award and Australia deal of the year, while VExpress spinoff Exltech was honoured with national distributor of the year.

Entag, Insite and Bluewater shared the customer excellence partner award. Microsoft partner of the year was given to Jasco Consulting, while Prime Q was awarded the international business deal of the year.

Hong Kong-based Expert Systems IVR Asia took home both the global deal of the year and international partner of the year for North Asia. Other international partners Drebbel, Intelisys and Gateway ICT each took home the EMEA, US Master Agent and South Asia international partner of the year awards, respectively.

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