DATA#3 RECOGNISED AT PARTNER EXCHANGE AWARDS

Written on the 10 April 2014

DATA#3 RECOGNISED AT PARTNER EXCHANGE AWARDS INTERNATIONAL software company VMware has awarded Data#3 the End User Computing Partner of the Year for Australia and New Zealand.

The Brisbane-based technology solutions provider received the honour at the Partner Exchange conference in Sydney last week.

General manager Laurence Baynham says the company was recognised for its managed solutions and contribution to major projects in the region.

“Data#3’s achievement in winning the End User Computing Partner of the Year reflects our strategy to partner with global leaders to consistently provide the best solutions to assist our customers in addressing the needs of the business consumer.

“This recognition is testament to the strength and ongoing capability of our team in delivering VMware solutions to customers,” he says.

Baynham says the success follows recent recognition as VMware Solutions Provider Partner of the Year for Asia-Pacific and Japan and as a finalist in the global award category.

ANZ VMware director of channel sales John Donovan says the award cements Data#3’s position in the international network.

“Being selected as one of VMware’s end user computing partners is already an exclusive accolade and this award clearly highlights Data#3’s exemplary track record in delivering tangible business and productivity improvements with our solution suite,” he says.

Data#3 is a VMware Premier Solutions Provider Partner, the highest status in Australia.

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