DiData nabs two Riverbed Partner of the Year awards
- 21 February, 2013 16:03
It was named Global System Integration Partner of the Year 2012 and Global RASP Partner of the Year 2012 at the Sales Kick Off 2013, held in San Francisco.
Riverbed provides solutions spanning wide area network (WAN) optimisation, application-aware network performance management (NPM), application delivery, Web content optimisation (WCO), and Cloud data protection.
The Riverbed Partner Awards recognise partners that demonstrate success in implementing Riverbed performance solutions for customers, grow revenues and business, and invest in their relationship with the vendor.
“The awards recognised our skill to deploy and integrate Riverbed technology into complex multi-vendor global solutions in addition to our Riverbed support capabilities,” DiData global business development director, Gary Middleton, said.
“We will continue to invest jointly with Riverbed to build on the solid base we’ve created across all areas of our business.”
DiData has had a global relationship with Riverbed for four years, and has seen a three-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 45 per cent in Riverbed-related solution revenues over the period.
In addition, DiData 451613 to become a Riverbed Authoried Support Partner (RASP), enabling it to develop closer relationships with clients.
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