Thomas Duryea brings back the goods from Prague

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Thomas Duryea brings back the goods from Prague
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Thomas Duryea won big on the other side of the globe last week, bringing home Secunia's Global Partner of the Year trophy all the way from Prague.

"[Thomas Duryea] has demonstrated tremendous capability in achieving net new business," announced the Danish security vendor.

TD wasn't the only Australian company to be recognised at the awards dinner held in the Czech Republic on Thursday morning Australian time. Shane Mahney, managing director of Adelaide's EMT Distribution, took home the Best Product Manager of the Year award.

Secunia stated that Mahney had worked "across time zones" and regularly spent "weeks on the road" on behalf of the vendor to run "partner meetings, customer meetings and workshops educating partners".

Secunia chief executive Peter Colsted congratulated the channel winners for "their energy, passion and commitment to helping our customers secure their networks".

Copenhagen-based Secunia was established in 2002.

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