Thomas Duryea, Fusion5 take home Ivanti partner awards

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Thomas Duryea, Fusion5 take home Ivanti partner awards

Thomas Duryea Logicalis and Fusion5 have won partner of the year awards from management software vendor Ivanti in recognition for their work in 2018.

The awards were handed out at the 2019 Ivanti Interchange in Nashville, Tennessee USA, rewarding partners for their outstanding performance.

TDL took home APAC Security Partner of the Year 2018, while Fusion5 emerged as APAC Service Management Partner of the Year 2018.

“Since our association in 2015, Ivanti has been a strategic vendor of TDL and has played a fundamental role in our ability to help clients tighten their security posture through the ASD Top Four compliance and real time threat intelligence,” TDL’s Damian Zammit said.

“Being recognised as the APAC Security Partner of the Year 2018 is a great achievement for us and our security practice, and we look forward to continuing to provide the best outcomes to our clients.”

Fusion5 chief executive Rebecca Tohill said, “Our partnership with Ivanti has come a long way and we are delighted to have been acknowledged for our commitment to the Enterprise Service Management suite.”

“Our utilisation of the Ivanti Service Management platform within Fusion5 has allowed us to refine our technical expertise and ensured our customers are delivered the same great outcome that we would expect for our own environment.”

“The Ivanti channel forms the cornerstone for our success and continued growth strategy,” Ivanti ANZ AVP Matthew Lowe said.

“It’s important to recognize our partners key contributions as we continue to evolve our program and develop the broader ecosystems. It’s outstanding result for these partners to be recognized on a global stage.”

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