Versent, Servian headline Snowflake's Aussie partner awards

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Versent, Servian headline Snowflake's Aussie partner awards

Data warehousing vendor Snowflake honoured its best performing Australian partners for 2019 at its Australia Partner Summit held last week in Sydney.

Sydney-based data specialist Servian took home two awards, scoring both the Snow Mate Australia Award for achieving the most certified consultants in the past year, and the Let It Snow Award for signing the most new customer logos.

Melbourne-based Versent scored the Kosciuszko Award for signing the biggest customer deal over the past year, while Sydney-based data and analytics consultant Altis Consulting was awarded the Trailblazer Award for being an early adopter of Snowflake.

Top row from L to R: Olivia Salanitro (Talend), Robert Curtis (Interworks), Tim Morrison (Servian) and Alana Sahakian (Snowflake Computing)
Bottom row from L to R: Guy Baldwin (Snowflake), Guillaume Jaudouin (Altis Consulting), Daniel Shah (Matillion) and Tim Hope (Versent)

US-headquartered Interworks, an infrastructure and data management specialist with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth, won the Solution Marketer award for being the most engaged marketing systems integrator partner.

Other winners include cloud data integration vendor Talend and UK-based Matillion for winning the Tech Marketeer award and Snowed In award, respectively.

Snowflake Computing APJ vice president Peter O’Connor said the past year has been a “particularly successful” one for Snowflake in ANZ.

“We recognise the role our partners have played in achieving market momentum,” O’Connor said.

“These awards celebrate all our partners’ commitment and dedication to driving mutual success and delighted customers. We are thrilled with the support and feedback we receive from our partners and look forward to working closely with them in 2020 and beyond to support customers with their modern data analytics requirements.”

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