Ingram Micro Australia honoured with global distributor award by VMware
- 28 February, 2013 11:10
Ingram Micro Australia has been named Global Distributor of the Year at VMware Partner Exchange 2013 in Las Vegas.
Ingram Micro Senior Director, Enterprise Technology Group, David Lenz, said winning the global award was a great honour “and a great testament to the hard work our team has put in”.
“To win an award at this level against truly world-class competitors is no mean feat. We put in place a focused, structured plan and worked closely with our resellers to help their technical and sales teams lift the bar by providing them with everything they need to grow their VMware business,"Lenz said.
"My team executed that strategy flawlessly. And, as evidenced by this award, it’s really paid off. We’re absolutely delighted with this recognition, and look forward to continuing this winning strategy and achieving further success in 2013,” Lenz said.
VMware senior director, Partner Readiness, Colleen Kapase said VMware Partner Exchange was dedicated to educating and equipping its partner ecosystem with the resources and insights they need to help deliver first class solutions for the software-defined datacenter in the coming year.
"We congratulate Ingram Micro Australia on winning a VMware Partner Network Award and we look forward to our mutual success in 2013,” she said.
Ingram also took out the APJ Distributor of the Year Award.
Partner Network Awards recognising excellence in performance and distinctive achievements during 2012 were given out in 19 categories .
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