EXCLUSIVE: WatchGuard rewards top partners with Fiji (+50 photos)
- 12 November, 2012 09:55
Security vendor, WatchGuard Technologies, has rewarded its top performing partners in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) with a three-night trip to Shangri-La's Fijian Resort as part of its annual WatchGuard Elite program.
The trip, which spanned from November 8 to 11, included approximately 35 attendees, comprised of individuals from WatchGuard and its partners.
Among the beaches, fine dining, partying and leisure, WatchGuard and partners volunteered at a Fijian high school, painting the exterior of a number of its buildings with the help of a group of students.
In addition, the vendor and partners donated approximately $3750 to the school to fund laptop purchases.
Attendees included: Territory Technology Solutions, Solutions Plus Australia, Systemnet, Elmtree Consulting Services, Content Security, Comcity Technology, ASI Solutions, Downs MicroSystems, Mycom, Tri-Benedict Software, Content Security, Hood Sweeny, Telco Technology Services, Gen-i, and Telco Technology Services.
Partners who were recognised for their performance but did not attend include: Timeless Technologies, B&D Technologies, Silverfern IT, Datacom Systems Victoria, Frontline Systems Australia, Top Star Computer International, Logic IT, Axiom Technical, and Scientific Software and Systems.
Distributors present were Exeed (New Zealand) and WhiteGold Solutions.
Nermin Bajric attended WatchGuard Elite 2012 as a guest of WatchGuard.
Follow Nermin Bajric on Twitter: @nermin_au
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